BRITNEY Spears has officially chosen a new conservator that she hopes will REPLACE her father Jamie Spears for the first time in their nasty court battle.
The pop star and her high-profile attorney, Mathew Rosengart, filed court documents that requested a CPA named Jason Rubin be appointed the conservatorship of her estate.
The Los Angeles-based financial advisor has a lot of credentials as Britney, 39, and her legal team fight to get him on board.
According to his website, Jason has experience handling "financial, elder abuse litigation and has managed complex trust portfolios."
The Toxic singer and her attorney have asked the court to replace Jamie Spears, 69, as primary conservator of her estate and fortune with Jason.
According to the documents obtained by TMZ, Jason would have "all financial authority to manage Britney's estate."
In addition, he would also have the powers of attorney to make health care decisions, and manage real estate.
The powers of attorney could potentially conflict with her personal conservator, Jodi Montgomery, who is currently in charge of making Britney's health decisions.
The court documents also state that Britney and Mathew want Rubin to prosecute civil harassment restraining orders.
According to the court papers, Britney has listed her cash assets at $2,730,454.
The entertainer – who has not performed live in three years – listed her non-cash assets at $57,666,398.
However, those numbers are not expected to represent her complete financial portfolio as she also owns many properties.
Earlier this month, the mom-of-two scored her first major court win in her ongoing conservatorship war when Judge Brenda Penny granted her the right to choose her own attorney.
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