Britney Spears' star power was obvious early.
Last week, she told a judge she’s had enough.
Patricia Keane Martin, partner and probate and elder law attorney at the law firm Seegel Lipshutz Lo & Martin.
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The Guardian: "Britney Spears wants out of her conservatorship. Experts say a long fight could lie ahead" — "Britney Spears could remain stuck in her conservatorship for months or years, experts say, despite her detailed and disturbing testimony describing the legal arrangement as “abusive” and harmful."
ABC10: "Conservatorships in California: Everything you need to know | The Price of Care" — "As ABC10's year-long investigation shines a light on the fiduciary and conservatorship system in California, as well as its lack of oversight, we want to ensure this series both educates viewers on how conservatorships work, as well as help people protect themselves and their loved ones."
This program aired on July 1, 2021.
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