Britney Spears will be receiving support to aid in her decision making as she transitions to a post-conservatorship life according to a new report.
According to a legal filing obtained by People on Tuesday, the 39-year-old pop star’s former conservator Jodi Montgomery revealed that she will be aided by a ‘care plan’ or termination plan developed by Montgomery along with Spears’ medical team.
The publication reports that the legal paperwork which was submitted to the court prior to the November 12 hearing in which her conservatorship was terminated explains that the care plan is in ‘regard to Ms. Spears’ ongoing needs and best interests — just those outside of a conservatorship.
Interesting: Britney Spears will be receiving support to aid in her decision making as she transitions to a post-conservatorship life according to a new report from People
‘Ms. Montgomery would like to ensure that there are guidelines in place for supportive decision-making to help her adjust and transition to life outside of the conservatorship.’
Spears has seemingly been enjoying her newfound freedom as she shared snaps of herself wearing a white cropped top on her Instagram on Tuesday.
A day prior, TMZ had reported that Montgomery wants that ‘post-conservatorship plan’ hidden from Britney’s father Jamie Spears.
The plan is said to contain sensitive information about her medical history, her two sons Sean and Jayden, and her business interests and finances.
Vibes: The 39-year-old star has seemingly been enjoying her newfound freedom as she shared snaps of herself wearing a white cropped top on her Instagram on Tuesday
Per the report, Montgomery wishes to circulate the information to the judge and Britney’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart, but not to her father Jamie Spears or anyone else.
Montgomery writes in the documents: ‘From the history of this case, it is no secret that Ms. Spears has had a contentious relationship with her family, especially her father, Mr. Spears.’
Adding: ‘Given the history of this case, it is clear that Ms. Spears does not want her medical or other privacy rights invaded by her father or any other party in this conservatorship case.’
A Los Angeles judge ordered an end to the conservatorship that has controlled Britney’s life – and $60 million fortune – for the past 13 years on Friday.
Revealed: According to a legal filing obtained by People on Tuesday, the 39-year-old pop star’s former conservator Jodi Montgomery revealed that she will be aided by a ‘care plan’ or termination plan developed by Montgomery along with Spears’ medical team (pictured this month on her Instagram account)
Divided: A day prior, TMZ had reported that Montgomery wants that ‘post-conservatorship plan’ hidden from Britney’s father Jamie Spears after he stepped down as her conservator in August
In August this this year, her father Jamie agreed to step down as conservator.
Meanwhile, in an Instagram post to her fans on Monday, Britney said she now plans to celebrate her freedom ‘for the next two months.’
‘I’m celebrating my freedom and my B day for the next two months !!!!!!!!!!!’ she wrote.
‘I mean after 13 years … I think I’ve waited long ENOUGH !!!! I’m so happy my lawyer Mathew Rosengart came into my life when he did … he has truly turned my life around.’
‘I’m forever thankful for that !!!! What a sight seeing so many people celebrating my victory …. I love my fans so much … so thank you.’
Happy days: Britney has posted a series of upbeat messages on her Instagram account since getting her freedom back
Judge Penny’s decision to dissolve the much-maligned legal arrangement comes two months after she fired the star’s dad, Jamie Spears, as the $16,000-a-month conservatorship boss who pulled the strings on his daughter’s career and welfare.
During Friday’s 30-minute hearing, Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart told Judge Penny that the singer had repeatedly testified and declared in court filings that she ‘wants her life back and she wants this conservatorship to end.’
And Rosengart also pointed out that even her father Jamie had said in court documents that he ‘believes the conservatorship should be terminated without reservation or exception.’
Rosengart added: ‘The conservatorship should end now. There is no reason for another second of delay.’
Mathew Rosengart, attorney for Britney Spears, is seen on Friday outside the courthouse on Friday
Supporters of the FreeBritney movement rally in support of musician Britney Spears for a conservatorship court hearing, outside the Stanley Mosk courthouse
Rosengart told the court that, earlier on Friday, temporary conservator Zabel had filed a ‘termination care plan’ under seal with the court, detailing how over the next few weeks he will tie up the remaining administrative ends of the conservatorship and transfer all assets to Britney’s trust.
Britney’s conservatorship was split into two parts – the estate and the person. Zabel is winding up the estate part of the conservatorship.
Meanwhile the conservator of her person – long-time caregiver Jodi Montgomery – was also in complete agreement with the order to dissolve the conservatorship.
‘There is no reason why Britney can’t have a happy, fulfilling life after termination of this conservatorship,’ Montgomery’s attorney, Laurianne Wright told the court.
Now, Jamie could face a major civil lawsuit – or even criminal charges – after Rosengart, accused him of ‘mismanaging’ her finances, profiting from the conservatorship and illegally monitoring and electronically spying on her, even in her bedroom.
Jamie on Friday was seen at a Louisiana lumber yard.
The 69-year-old was spotted in cargo pants, a baseball cap and a long-sleeved t-shirt at the yard in Kentwood – where he was born, where Britney was born, and where he and his ex-wife Lynne still live.