The artist's attorney Mathew Rosengart on Friday filed a petition to appoint CPA and licensed professional fiduciary Jason Rubin to oversee her business interests and finances.
Just over a month after Britney Spears gave a bombshell statement expressing publicly for the first time that she wants her longstanding conservatorship come to an end she’s formally asking the court to replace her father as conservator of her estate.
During more than 20 minutes of emotional testimony on June 23, and additional comments in a July 14 hearing, Spears made it quite clear she isn’t happy with her father’s involvement — going as far as accusing him of conservatorship abuse. After more than a decade of little change to the status quo, the pace of developments surrounding Spears’ conservatorship over the past several weeks seems breakneck, but even with a lawyer of her choosing in finally her corner the pace from here on out is likely to be disappointing to those demanding #FreeBritney. The judicial system can move slowly even when it isn’t faced with a pandemic-related backlog.
Spears’ new attorney, Mathew Rosengart, on Friday filed a petition to appoint Jason Rubin as the successor to the conservator of Spears’ estate and the paperwork indicates Spears has picked him. Rubin is a licensed professional fiduciary and certified public accountant (CPA) who, according to his website, has ten years of experience and has managed complex portfolios with financial assets valued over $35 million. His background also includes financial elder abuse litigation and considerable forensic accounting experience.