LOS ANGELES - Britney Spears has figured out who she'd like to have as her father's replacement in the conservatorship.
First reported by TMZ, the singer and her lawyer filed documents requesting that Jason Rubin be named as conservator of Spears' estate. According to court documents obtained by FOX 11, Rubin "has significant experience managing trusts, estates and conservatorships, including complex portfolios for high net worth individuals, real estate and closely held (non-real estate) companies and other financial assets valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars."
However, all this is only possible if a judge grants the singer's request to remove her father Jamie Spears as conservator of her estate.
Monday's development comes as a hearing was held for Britney Spears' conservatorship.
The singer had called the conservatorship abusive and revealed during a June 2021 hearing that she is considering suing her family.
Britney Spears had been in the conservatorship for about 13 years. Her father has been a co-conservator for Britney after the pop superstar suffered a mental-health crisis in 2008.
The conservatorship gives Jamie control of Britney's estate.