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So guys I was wonder about Lynne's lawyers as now it is refered that she has her own legal team. So here you are all information I found! Gladstone N. Jones, III: Gladstone N. Jones, III, is the founding member and business manager of Jones, Swanson, Huddell & Garrison, LLC. He has served as lead counsel in litigation pending in New York, Florida, California, Mississippi, and Louisiana. In 2007, Jones was named one of the top 500 litigators in the United States. His practice focus is divided between complex commercial business disputes and toxic tort and environmental pollution matters involving landowners in the oil and gas industry. He has built a reputation in the legal community as a successful litigator and aggressive advocate. Because of his impressive background and reputation, Jones was approached by the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority – East to represent it in coastal land loss litigation that was ultimately filed in July of 2013 against ninety-seven oil and gas companies. Jones has been active in the Louisiana Association of Justice, has been an adjunct professor at Tulane University Law School in Toxic Torts, and is a regular speaker at various continuing legal education seminars. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Xavier University, a private historically black college in New Orleans. Jones graduated from Tulane Law School in 1992 after completing his undergraduate degree at Mississippi State University in 1987. He and his wife, Amanda, reside in New York City with their high school–age daughter. Gladstone N. Jones, III (“Glad”) is Jones Swanson’s founding member. In 25 years of practice, Glad has litigated both environmental and commercial cases in New York, Florida, California, Mississippi and Louisiana. He has garnered numerous honors for his work. Glad’s first major case, Friloux v. Exxon Corporation and Campbell Wells Corporation, in 1997, prompted changes in Louisiana’s rules concerning the handling and disposal of oilfield waste. Another one of his cases, Doré Energy v. Carter-Langham et al., resulted in what was then the largest land restoration judgment in Louisiana history—$57 million. In 2010, Glad was lead counsel on Active Solutions et al. v. Dell, Inc., et al., which not only resulted in a verdict against the technology giant Dell, but also set the stage for the later criminal conviction of then-New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin. In 2013, the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority–East hired Glad to bring a case against nearly 100 oil, gas and pipeline companies in what The New York Times called “the most ambitious environmental lawsuit ever.” The SLFPA–E case prompted private landowners throughout South Louisiana to bring their own land-loss cases, and Glad represents several of those plaintiffs today. In New Orleans, Glad serves on the boards of Xavier University and Stirling Properties. In New York City, he serves on the board of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. He seems for me like a big fish lawyer maybe not so related to family law but in this high profile case his experience with big cases can be so useful and I think this is this lawyer Lynne got from Louisiana's governor with his and his wife help. Yasha Bronshteyn Yasha Bronshteyn has each been named by their peers for inclusion in the 2016-2020 Super Lawyers list. Each year, only five percent of lawyers throughout California are named by the research team to be a 'Super Lawyer'. Yasha Bronshteyn was recognized as 'Top Rated Estate & Trust Litigation Attorneys in Southern California.' Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a rating of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Also, Recognized by US News Best Lawyers®. With decades of litigation experience Mr. Bronshteyn's practice focuses on complex estate and trust litigation, probate and trust administration, conservatorships, will contests, inter-generational family controversies, and complex family law matters. Mr. Bronshteyn is actively engaged in the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), as a member of the Executive Committee of the LACBA Trust & Estates Section. Representative Cases Defended owner of National Basketball Association in Probate Trial after spouse filed Petition for Approval of Team Sale without consent under Trust Provisions related to incompetence. Represented beneficiary in 9 day trial concerning issues such as Lack of Capacity, Undue Influence, Quiet Title, Independent Review, and Gifts to Caregivers. Represented Personal Representative at Trial based on Petition for Order Directing Conveyance of Property to Estate, Request for Double Damages and Punitive Damages. Represented sibling at trial on a highly contested conservatorship proceeding, with multiple competing petitioners. Represented co-conservators at trial on an accounting in contested conservatorship proceeding. Represented Conservator of the Person and Estate at trial. Conservator's theories of recovery were based on conversion of conservatee's real property, Elder abuse, and the power of the court to adjudicate an estate's claims against persons charged with embezzling, concealing, or otherwise wrongfully taking or retaining property belong to the estate. (Probate Code §850(a)(2)(D) & Probate Code §859). Represented spouse with complex dissolution given entertainment industry issues. A legal issue can affect everyone in the family - something that Yasha Bronshteyn knows well. As an attorney at Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, APC, he works with clients in Los Angeles County and across the state of California. Through his family law practice, Mr. Bronshteyn handles cases that involve child and spousal support, paternity, child custody and visitation, divorce and high net worth divorce, prenuptial agreements and the division of marital assets, and domestic violence restraining orders. He also represents clients in dispute resolution, real estate transactions, and estate planning and elder law issues such as the following: funding, incapacity, irrevocable trusts, elder abuse, conservatorships, guardianships, probate, litigation and administration. Chaired or second–chaired numerous contentious conservatorship trials and financial elder abuse, beneficiary disputes and disputes regarding the validity of wills and trusts and undue influence. Part of litigation and research team for the contentious billion dollar Sterling vs. Sterling Probate Matter in 2014. Extensive research and writing experience including but not limited to briefs, motions and other discovery practice. Extensive deposition experience both taking and defending. Also, handle mid- sized estate planning matters. Mr. Bronshteyn is able to work with clients to find the most effective solution for everyone in the family. While he is keen on protecting someone’s rights, he also understands the short- and long-term effects that these cases can have. He has the ability to look ahead and develop a plan that will best serve someone’s future. For his adherence to legal ethics and superior legal skills, Mr. Bronshteyn holds the highest peer rating possible of AV Preeminent* from Martindale-Hubbell. Specialize in litigation involving conservatorships, trusts, estates, financial elder abuse, and guardianships. Litigation experience in all aspects of trust and estate litigation and conservatorships from filing petitions, discovery, mediation, evidentiary hearings and appeals. Extensive probate and trust administration experience including subtrust funding, creditor’s claims, accountings, petitions confirming assets of the estate and/or trust. “AV” rating by peers - deemed to have very high professional ethics and preeminent legal ability. Only lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability receive a Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating. Chaired or second–chaired numerous contentious conservatorship trials and financial elder abuse, beneficiary disputes and disputes regarding the validity of wills and trusts and undue influence. Part of litigation and research team for the contentious billion dollar Sterling vs. Sterling Probate Matter in 2014. Extensive research and writing experience including but not limited to briefs, motions and other discovery practice. Extensive deposition experience both taking and defending. Also, handle mid- sized estate planning matters. Serve on the Probate Volunteer Panel of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Serve on panel as Court Appointed Counsel for Probate Department of the San Diego Superior Court. Licensed to practice law in all Courts of the State of California, the Federal Court for the Central District of California, the Federal Court Eastern District of California, the Federal Court Northern District of California, and the Federal Court Southern District of California. He seem a bit less high profile lawyer but with a great experience in family and conservatorship laws. This is 100% someone who is needed in Britney's case. In total it seems Lynne got big fishes to fight conservatorship and both lawyers fill each other perfectly if one lacks in some things second fills. And I am sure they are not cheap to hire... Go Lynne!
Britney Spears' mom, Lynne Spears, filed legal documents requesting to be included in all the decisions regarding Britney's finances, specifically the trust which holds most of Britney's multi-million dollar assets, The Blast reports. She's asking the Los Angeles County Courts to be included in any "special notice" of "all matters" having to do with Britney's trust. Related: