Britney Spears’ fiancé, Jason Trawick, was recently granted co-conservatorship of the pop star’s monetary assets along with her father and his lawyer. Finally, those long, harsh days and nights of frivolous searching for the best credit card to get with no credit are over for Britney it seems.
Seriously though, the co-conservatorship role, contrary to popular belief, does not give Jason Trawick control of Spears’ money, instead it simply gives Britney’s former manager and soon-to-be husband the ability to watch over her day-to-day decision-making as Jamie Spears and his attorney continue to watch over the money as well. This should give the star some financial freedom that she’s not had in a long time, as well as relieving some of the tension for Geraldine Wyle, Spears’ father’s attorney, who is reportedly “thrilled” that Trawick will be assisting Spears and keeping her out of any potential trouble.
Basically, as explained by a source talking to People.com, the conservatorship is really just a title, and Spears’ actually “enjoys plenty of personal freedom.” That bodes well for the singer, who is reportedly close to signing a $15 million deal as a judge for Simon Cowell’s show The X Factor in its second season.
Also good news for the couple is that Trawick is set to co-produce the show, and will be there every step of the way to help Britney cope with any stress associated with her new role.
As Britney was actually the one who requested Trawick be granted the co-conservatorship and
not her father as was formerly misreported, it appears that the couple has everything in order as desired now. And I for one, will certainly sleep better knowing that Spears can finally stop spending her precious time comparing credit unions and get back to the business of being wildly famous and beautiful, with some nice financial freedom to boot.