Matthew S. Rosengart described Britney Spears’ conservatorship as a “Kafkaesque nightmare” in court papers. The new counsel sought that Britney’s estate be conservatored by Jason Rubin, the treasurer.
Britney Spear’s estate is said to have assets of $ 2.7 million (£ 1.95 million) in cash and over $57 million ($ 41 million) in non-monetary assets.
Rubin has experience managing portfolios and instances involving the misuse of elderly people’s finances, according to his website.
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Samuel D. Ingham III, a court-appointed attorney who defended Britney Spears 13 years ago, resigned as a result of court evidence/statements given by Britney Spears.
Mr Rosengart described Spears’ relationship with her father Jamie as “venomous” in court records obtained by the tabloid Los Angeles Times, and said it “weakened Ms Spears’ mental health, well-being, and ability to continue with her profession.”
Jamie Spears had allegedly benefited from his daughter’s inheritance, receiving $ 16,000 (£ 11,500) each month in addition to the expense of office premises and obtaining money from her job contracts, according to him.
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