Britney Spears is reportedly stable enough to take charge of her own affairs, and a judge is likely to end her father Jamie’s conservatorship by the end of the year, according to Radar Online. Spears, who has faced troubled times in the past, seems to have improved her well being and is ready to be on her own again.
“Britney has made tremendous progress in the past three to four months. She seems to be firmly in control again,” the source said.
Spears’ conservatorship began in February of 2008. The conservatorship was the result of her numerous public breakdowns and hospitalizations. During that time Britney even lost custody of her two sons Sean Preston and Jayden James, to their father Kevin Federline. After impressing Judge Reva Goetz during a meeting in chambers last Thursday, Spears will likely gain her legal independence back soon. Spears and lawyer Sam Imgham met with Goetz for approximately 35 minutes. Supposedly, the judge also spoke with Britney’s father as well as her therapist.
“Judge Goetz needed to meet with Britney and talk to her face-to-face, to see how she was doing,” said the source. “It’s one thing to read medical reports about her, but the in-person meeting was very important.”
In the end it will be Judge Goetz’s decision to give Spears back full control over her fiances. The next hearing on the matter is scheduled for October 14th.
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