Britney Spears’ conservatorship is being extended by California judge

After leaving mediation and lawyers’ offices in Beverly Hills on Friday, a California judge, informed the Associated Press (AP) that the conservatorship over pop singer Britney Spears will “go back to court to deal…

Britney Spears’ conservatorship is being extended by California judge

After leaving mediation and lawyers’ offices in Beverly Hills on Friday, a California judge, informed the Associated Press (AP) that the conservatorship over pop singer Britney Spears will “go back to court to deal with financial and accounting matters.” The conservatorship, which began in 2006 after she was declared mentally incompetent, was due to end on Oct. 16. The L.A. Superior Court has temporarily continued the conservatorship on Friday, according to the AP.

In a statement made on Friday, lawyers for the conservatorship released a statement saying, “Ms. Spears is spending some time at her children’s school, but the conservatorship remains in place and both conservatorships remain intact.” The lawyers added that “this change in conservatorship status does not mean that Ms. Spears will be completely reunited with her children in the next few days or weeks.”

According to Bloomberg, Judge Reva Goetz will be presiding over the update hearing and will review the terms and conditions of the conservatorship before handing down a ruling.

Read the full story at The Associated Press.

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