Britney Spears has finally signed on to a piece of paper for the first time in almost 14 years.Pop princess, has finally signed her own papers and started managing finances after finishing her conservatory.According to Variety, Judge Brenda J.Penny returned Britney Spears’ rights at the hearing this week.
Britney Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, went to Los Angeles High Court on her behalf.After the trial was over, Mathew Rosengart said that Britney’s win was not important, but that the judge had the authority to approve the documents. He gave the authority to “Do what you want”.
Rosengart also spoke to Judge Penny after the court hearing, saying his client, “As an independent woman, not under conservatorship.” should be able to write documents herself.
In 2008 Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, was appointed Britney’s guardian and has been controlling key decisions ever since.The long conservatorship was completely abolished on November 12 by Judge J. Penny. But Britney Spears gave her trust to her accountant, John Zabel.
The executive power and the power to transfer the assets to the trust were granted.Wednesday’s hearing instructed Zabel to continue working, with the next hearing scheduled for January 19.
During the trial, Jamie got a phone call from his lawyer, Alex Weingarten, asking Penny to interfere in her Grammy-winning father’s real estate plot.But Zabel’s lawyer, who was present in the courtroom, said, “In a normal situation, a normal person would never have to show their estate plan.” He vehemently opposed this demand.
Mathew Rosengart meanwhile said outside the courtroom that Jamie Spears‘ law firm “Will shed light on the abuses and alleged conduct” He also claimed that he did not cooperate according to some documents he considered. The firm said it would testify if Spears did not comply with her father’s wishes.
“We served papers for his deposition. He did not appear for his deposition the first time; he did not appear for his deposition a second time, so he has not yet been deposed,” the attorney explained. “But he will be deposed in this case. I look forward to taking his deposition.”