Britney Spears Didn’t Have To Ask Her Legal Guardian’s Permisson To Marry, Says Expert

Mon, December 19, 2011 3:20pm EDT by Add first Comment
Britney Spears Marriage

Britney Spears is a free woman when it comes to her decision to walk down the aisle.

Although Britney Spears is still under a conservatorship (which is responsible for her finances and personal needs), she did NOT have to seek permission to exchange wedding vows.

Los Angeles family attorney Sheila Foreman tells, “Britney
could remarry without court permission and her marriage in and of itself would not change the status of her conservatorship. To change the conservatorship, she would need to go to court and establish that she is capable to handle her affairs.”

Forman explains, “Under Calif. law, the best interest of the children are paramount in deciding custody issues. Providing a stable home life is one factor a judge would consider. Britney’s new marriage might provide grounds for the court to revisit the current custody arrangement. A hearing in family court would be required to determine that.”

Sandra Clark

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