Britney Spears' father Jamie Spears was granted a permanent conservatorship over her personal and financial affairs yesterday in court. He had been managing her finances on a temporary conservatorship basis, which was set to expire on December 31, but it's been determined that it's best for Brit to have a manager she can trust.
Us Magazine reports: "After a lengthy closed-chambers meeting Tuesday and evaluation of her mental health records, Spears' court-appointed attorney told the court commissioner that the singer had no objections with her father remaining in control."
"The court finds the proposed permanent conservatorship is necessary and appropriate [because of the] complexities of her financial and business entities and also potential for her being susceptible to influences," said Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz, who has been presiding over the case.
And that's not all, according to reports Britney's mental health will still be closely monitored by a team of experts. She's not completely well yet, but the people that love her are trying to do the best for her.