Source: L.A. Superior Court
On February 3, 2021, Samuel Ingham, the court-appointed attorney for Britney Spears, filed a response to Jamie Spears's objections regarding the appointment of Bessemer Trust as co-conservator of Britney's estate. (See Exhibit A, Exhibit B, & Exhibit C)
Starting in March 2019, Jamie became the sole conservator of the estate following the resignation of Andrew Wallet. Ingham argues that the March 2019 court order allowing Jamie to be sole conservator does not cancel out the November 2020 order to add Bessemer Trust as co-conservator. Jamie's specific request that he be the only person to control the estate's investments would make the co-conservatorship roles unequal and could lead to conflicts over the management of the estate. Ingham warns that this could financially harm the estate.
Ingham also argues that Jamie's request to be released from the surety bond that protects the estate from possible financial mismanagement not be granted, especially since he has yet to fulfill his obligations to provide an accounting of the estate's finances for 2019 & 2020.
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