Britney Spears To Be Granted Rights Many Of Us Take For Granted Once Conservatorship Ends

She'll be able to get married, have more kids, and even vote if she wants to.
After 13 years, Britney Spears' conservatorship may finally be coming to an end. Jamie Spears filed documents to end the conservatorships over Britney's person and finances.

"Ms. Spears has told this Court that she wants control of her life back without the safety rails of a conservatorship," documents filed by Jamie's attorney, Vivian Thoreen, read.

"As Mr. Spears has said, again and again, all he wants is what is best for his daughter. If Ms. Spears wants to terminate the conservatorship and believes that she can handle her own life, Mr. Spears believes that she should get that chance."

The news is an excellent step in the right direction, but Britney regaining control is a complicated process. Many legal experts believe that while it seems likely Britney will regain control over her personal life and decisions, regaining control of her finances may be more complicated.

That's not to say that Britney's father or other family members would continue to have involvement. It's likely that professional oversight would be implemented to protect Britney's estimated $60 million fortune.

Britney would regain a number of freedoms she currently does not enjoy. She could marry partner Sam Asghari and have children, as she's suggested she wants to. She could also pick her own medical team and courses of treatment, which could have a major impact on how she lives and feels on a day-to-day basis.