On February 3, 2014, Andrew Wallet, attorney & co-conservator of Britney Spears' estate, filed a request for a raise. Britney Spears was not present for this filing.
Judge Reva Goetz granted Wallet's request, which was agreed upon by co-conservator Jamie Spears and court-appointed attorney Samuel Ingham. Judge Goetz agreed that for 2014, Wallet would be paid "$426,000 calculated at a rate of 0.93% of an agreed-upon portion of Ms. Spears' conservatorship assets". The order refers to Britney Spears' career as "substantial".