Britney Spears’ lawyer told a judge Wednesday that she hopes her conservatism will be “completely and inevitably” shut down this fall.
In the lawsuit filed in court, Attorney Matthew Rosengart reiterated that his highest priority, however, is removing his father, Jamie Spears, from the role of custodian of his estate, which has given him control over his contract and finances for the past 13 years. Rosengert is requesting Justice Brenda Penny to replace him on September 29 who can handle the job on a “temporary, short-term” basis.
Rosengart mentioned that Spears had recently announced her engagement to her longtime boyfriend actor Sam Asgary. Before her marriage, however, Spears will need a pre-marital contract, and this will require the participation of her conservative. Rosengart argued that because of the breakdown of Spears’ relationship with his father, his continued participation would only hinder the necessary negotiations.
Jamie Spears asked the court to end maintenance in September after a two-month intense legal dispute over the matter.
In a response Wednesday, Rosengart said Spears had “full consent” to end conservatism as soon as possible and was willing to file a motion to close it after Jamie Spears was removed. He said Jody Montgomery, who served as the guardian of Spears’ “person”, also supported the termination “subject to appropriate transfers and protection of assets.”
Rosengart asked the court to schedule a hearing on ending the saver entirely “at its earliest convenience” and said a termination plan would be drawn up at that time.
Rosengart had earlier accused Jamie Spears of abusing his financial control position. He has challenged Jamie Spears’ recent request to pay more than 1 1 million in attorney’s fees, including 54 541,000 in “media matters” outside of his daughter’s property. In the motion, Rosengart said he would like to take Jamie Spears’ testimony on those issues, and he would also like a clear hearing.
Jamie Spears denies all wrongdoing.