There are no plans to end it.

Britney's Conservatorship Could Reportedly Last A Lifetime

A conservatorship that oversees Britney’s personal and financial affairs might remain in effect forever.

Over seven years ago, Britney very famously dealt with the misfortunes of extreme super stardom which lead to a series of bizarre and public events that caused her father Jamie Spears to seek out a conservatorship. Currently, Mr. Spears handles Britney’s personal affairs and day-to-day events while a court-appointed attorney monitors her finances. Because of the conservatorship, Britney can not make legal decisions for herself and gives her an uphill battle to get legal custody of her children (though she does have more than 50% visitation rights).

Despite the roadblocks a conservatorship inherently has, Britney’s life is far more stable than the one she lead in 2007 – performing a mult-million dollar show in Las Vegas several nights a week several times a year, recording albums, filming music videos and giving interviews to magazines and on the red carpet at major events. Things seem to be going well, and her camp wants it to stay that way, so currently there’s no movement in effect to halt or cease the conservatorship.

TMZ reports dad Jamie and Britney’s doctors have “stabilized her to the point she can successfully work and maintain a personal life.”

in 2014, her conservatorship pulled in $14 million, just a small part of the overall profit she raked in.

“Before the conservatorship her finances were an absolute mess, and the ship has been fully righted,” TMZ continues. “Britney — who has a team of lawyers and doctors, along with Jamie, managing the conservatorship — has “substantial day-to-day freedom” to make her own decisions.”

The fear regarding the dissolution of the conservatorship is it could potentially lead Britney down a dark and familiar path, or even worse. In 2008, Britney stated in her For The Record documentary she felt her life was “too in control,” though we haven’t heard her speak on the subject since.