Britney Spears’ father relinquishes guardianship of pop star’s estate
Britney Spears’ father, James Spears, has decided to step down as guardian of Britney’s estate. Britney had no control over her finances for the last 13 years. James was the one who controlled all of her financial status.
Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, was contacted to file a petition to impeach James Spear. James decided to do this because he wasn’t ready to argue with his daughter in public about money. James totally denied fighting a case against his own daughter for money. He just wants to offer his daughter affection, love, support and encouragement. Britney’s attorney and the entire team are happy with the decision but decided to look into the finances further.
This all started when Britney in an interview in 2019 said that her life was as always under guardianship. She told everyone in the interview about the things that she wants from her life, including her father. James will begin transitioning to a different guardian of the estate after the judge places an approval tag.
Britney also has Jodi Montgomery who handles all the decisions in her life. And according to the papers, he has a good relationship with her, at least in the papers. Britney has been with her father on the finances since 2008. On Thursday afternoon, James filed all the necessary paperwork to step down as guardian. The case was filed in late July against James.
All this freedom required of his father was first seen by the media in the documentary of his own life. The name of the documentary about her was “Framing Britney Spears”. Matthew continues accusing James
of stealing thousands of dollars from his own daughter.
In his June 23 testimony, he asked the judge to find his own new attorney. He hired Rosengart, the federal prosecutor. The singer’s entire estate is worth about $60 million. She was so scared that the night before her testimony in court, Britney called 911 to report the conservatorship. Britney also appeared in court asking to get her life back. Britney gave guardianship to her father in 2008, due to her mental health problem. She will have her last court hearing in late September in Los Angeles.
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