Freeing Britney Spears: What to Expect Now That Her Conservatorship Has Ended

November 13, 2021Media Mention
E! News

Probate, Trusts & Estates Litigation Chair, Benny Roshan, shared her legal perspective regarding the decision to terminate a conservatorship that managed Britney's affairs for almost 14 years. According to Benny, Britney will now have the freedom to make her own personal and financial decisions without the authority of her father, Jamie Spears.


"She will make all of her own decisions and she will finally be free to live her own life without the shackles of the conservatorship on both the personal and financial side."

"There is no technical requirement for a psychological evaluation," Roshan explained. "There's nothing in the law that requires it."

"The court could theoretically use Britney's own testimony—in probate court the abbreviation is called T/T and that stands for 'take testimony,'" she continued. "The court could take testimony from Britney and any other interested witnesses like her mother, her advisor, anybody else who's willing to go and speak on her behalf, to say, 'Hey, look, this is no longer necessary. It just seems like we would be putting her through the wringer and it would just be silly.'"

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