Although it may seem like Britney Spears' very public psychotic meltdown is a thing of the past, court obligations leave it in the present.
After four years of being a conservator to his daughter, Britney Spears' father Jamie is looking to make his future son-in-law, Jason Trawick, a co-conservator. A conservator usually has control over most major aspects of life such as food, clothing, money and medical care, but according to a source for People, Spears has much freedom and is only under a conservatorship as a formality. Britney Spears Can't Marry Jason Trawick... Yet
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In this case, it will mean that as co-conservator, Trawick will not have full control over his pop star wife-to-be, but he will be partly responsible for her well-being (much like any husband). Once Spears is healthy and making right decisions on her own, the conservatorship will be lifted.
Still, Jeffery S. Cohen, an LA attorney not involved with the case, tells the magazine that the situation is a little odd.
"This is a very unusual situation, because generally you don't see conservatives get married," he says. "This could be a sign that the couple's wedding is around the corner. This is probably a compromise between Britney, her father and Trawick to get the marriage off on the right foot. Obviously, her future husband needs to have a say in her well-being." Britney Spears Celebrates Her Engagement & Flaunts Ring In Vegas
Sounds like Britney is heading down the aisle sooner then we thought!
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