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Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 12, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.

Britney Spears and her new lawyer have filed legal documents with the name of a person whom they want to manage the conservatorship (as far as business deals are concerned).

Britney’s lawyer, Matt Rosengart, filed documents requesting that Jason Rubin be appointed conservatorship of her estate, according to gossip website TMZ. Rubin is a CPA with lots of credentials which Rosengardt has approved to handle Britney’s contracts and other business affairs.

As the gossip site notes of Rubin’s website, he has experience handling financial, elder abuse litigation and has managed complex trust portfolios.

If Britney and Rosengardt can force the removal of Jamie as conservator of her estate, Rubin will be set to take over the business handlings. According to the documents, Rubin would have all financial authority to manage Britney’s estate, along with powers of attorney to make health care decisions and manage real estate. Britney and Rosengardt also want Rubin to prosecute civil harassment restraining orders.

Britney’s cash assets were listed in the documents at $2,730,454, and her non-cash asssets at $57,666,398. This isn’t including a lot of Morgan Stanley investment accounts listed and properties valued at $8,455,483.

A hearing for Rubin’s replacement of Jamie is set for December 13, and in the documents Britney said she plans to personally attend.

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