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Britney Spears' New Conservator Files To Extend Control Of Singer On First Full Day On The Job

By Liz Walters

Britney Spears' new conservator, Jodi Montgomery, is wasting no time working to protect the pop star, on her first full day on the job she filed legal papers to extend the control of the conservatorship to other states.

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In new documents obtained by The Blast, Jodi filed a notice of intent to register Britney's conservatorship in states outside of California.

Jodi is now acting as the temporary conservator of Britney Spears, and intends to register the orders appointing her as conservator with the following states: Alabama, Arizona, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Massachusetts , Michigan, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Virginia.

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The Blast broke the story, Britney's father, Jamie Spears filed similar documents when he was serving as Britney's conservator. But, now that he is out, Montgomery is responsible to file proper documents for things like this. Britney's conservatorship is part of the "California's enactment of a modified version of the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Proceedings Jurisdiction Act" so it is required to inform each state you wish to enforce the conservatorship.

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Jodi was given power by the judge in Spears' case to "limit visitors by any means, provided that (Jodi) shall not prevent (Britney) from meeting with her court appointed attorney" and "shall have the power to retain caretakers for (Britney) on a 24hr/7 day basis. The power to retain security guards for (Britney) on a 24 hour/7 day basis."

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She will also handle Britney's doctors about her "medical treatment, diagnosis, and testing." This include all records regarding her "psychiatric" treatment.

Lawyers for Jodi and the conservatorship will now need to file proper documents, in each state, to make it official.

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