Britney Spears is finally able to sign her own paperwork and manage her finances following the end of her conservatorship.
Judge Brenda J. Penny granted those rights back to Spears at a hearing on Wednesday.
The “Toxic” singer’s attorney Mathew Rosengart, went to Los Angeles Superior Courthouse on her behalf.
Afterwards, Rosengart said that while this win for Spears is a minor one, the judge has granted her the power to endorse documents herself, meaning “she has the power to do whatever she wants to do.”
In 2008, Spears’ father, Jamie was appointed her conservator and has been in control of her finances and other major decisions since.
The lengthy conservatorship was fully terminated on Nov. 12. However, Spears’ accountant John Zabel was given power of execution of the estate trust and power to transfer assets into the trust.
Wednesday’s hearing has instructed Zabel to continue work until Jan. 19, when the next hearing is set to take place.
Source: NY Post.
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