Andrew Wallet, the former estate manager of Britney Spears may regain co-conservatorship along with Britney’s father Jamie. The news comes after Jamie’s petition in the superior court of California to return to the lawyer the job of co-conservator on Britney’s estate.
Andrew Wallet of Camarillo worked at Britney’s co-conservator on her estate till March, 2019. Reports are claiming that the lawyer has already given his written consent to be reinstated in the job. The next hearing on the motion is reportedly going to be held on 16th September.
The investment accounts and assets of the singer cost approximately a total of 57.4 million dollars as of the last day of 2019.
There has been a conflict over Britney’s conservatorship as she had sought help from the court to reduce her father’s powers as the conservator of her life, money, and career.
Jamie and Andrew were appointed as the conservators of Britney’s estate in 2008. Andrew quit the job in 2019.
After a few months of Andrew Wallet’s resignation, Jamie informed about his inability to continue the job, and personal health was told to be the reason for that. Then Jodi Montgomery became Britney’s temporary conservator. However, the court did not act on her plea against her father’s conservatorship at Wednesday’s hearing.
Still, Britney Spears started her next day fresh. She used her Instagram to express her gratitude to the fans for their support. Without any mention of the legal drama, she shared a video, interacted with her fans, and posted pictures too.
Accompanying a trial on Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny of the Los Angeles County Superior Court in the city of California stretched the existing version of the conservatorship until Feb. 1. She called for Ingham to lodge his plea in support of the celebrity by Sept. 18, with any objections lodged by Oct. 2. A hearing was planned in the case for Oct. 14.