Like much of America, I learned about the Britney Spears conservatorship situation through the extensive news coverage of her recent court hearing. In case you missed it, on June 23, Ms. Spears made a statement to a probate judge, pleading for an end to her “abusive” conservatorship of 13 years, overseen primarily by her father. In 2008, after she purportedly struggled with mental health issues and was hospitalized, a Los Angeles court granted conservatorship, giving her father and another co-conservator power over her finances and medical decisions. Among other terms (all the details are not public knowledge), the conservatorship has…
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