The judge for actress Amanda Bynes case issued a tentative ruling yesterday saying Amanda's conservatorship is "no longer required.”
While it's a tentative ruling, there is a court hearing scheduled the morning and it's almost a certainty the judge will make it official because no one is objecting to Bynes' petition to end her conservatorship.
The actress was placed under a conservatorship back in 2013, following a string of bizarre episodes brought on by what she has said is bipolar disorder. Bynes says she's been sober for several years now, thanks in part to getting support through AA.
She filed the documents last month to end the 9-year conservatorship, a move her father and mother, who is Amanda's conservator, fully support.
Bynes is gearing up to move into her own place with her fiancé once her conservatorship ends.
Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images.