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Britney Spears has been cleared of her stereotypes, but the matter is going to court again on Wednesday.

The hearing is scheduled to address “financial and accounting matters”. Another hearing is scheduled for January 19 to address the same matters.


Spears’ attorney, former federal prosecutor Matthew Rosengart, requested the meeting as a “safety net” with regards to his assets as temporary custodians, certified public accountant John Zabel, relating to Spears’s estate transitions and trusts. Will handle matters.

When Judge Brenda Penney handed down a decision to end the conservatism last month, Rosengart called the move a “commemorative day” at a news conference outside the courthouse in downtown Los Angeles.

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Rosengart previously claimed to Granthshala News Digital that the singer’s father, Jamie Spears, deferred a statement aimed at learning more about alleged recordings from the pop star’s cellular device and listening devices illegally installed in the bedroom of his home. Were were

He said during the same press conference shortly after the hearing that he was “proud to be in the right place at the right time.”

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“Many journalists speculated or commented on James P. Spears,” he continued. “I haven’t talked to him [but it] It is true that we have given notice to Jamie to make a statement to testify under oath.”

“If Britney wants to, we will pursue James Spears’ statement,” he said. Rosengart also slammed Jamie, saying: “This conservatism was corrupted by James P. Spears.”

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Regarding temporarily keeping Zabel, Rosengart told the judge: “We are engaged in an orderly transfer of power … a safety net has been put in place, both on the financial side and on the personal side.”

Zabel’s attorney previously filed documents with the court to obtain additional access that would allow him to execute planning documents and a durable power of attorney relating to the trust.

Rosengart told the judge at the time: “Mr. Zabel should retain powers to transfer assets,” adding, “conservatism as a practical matter must end today as Zabel continues.”

Wednesday’s hearing should lead to a clearer vision of how Spears’ assets will be handled going forward.