RadarOnline is reporting that Britney Spears may soon be free to do as she pleases. Hot off a much anticipated guest spot on Glee last week, reports are surfacing that Spears' conservatorship may come to an end in as early as three months. According to RadarOnline, Spears and her attorney met with a Superior Court judge on Thursday to discuss her situation. The judge also spoke to Spears' therapist and her father, Jamie Spears, who is currently in charge of her conservatorship. The next conservatorship meeting is scheduled for October 14th.
Back in February 2008 Spears was placed under temporary conservatorship of her father and attorney after losing custody of her two sons and being placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold at Los Angeles' UCLA Medical Center. In the years following her public breakdown, Spears has made a slow return to the spotlight. In December 2008 she released her number one album Circus and embarked on a tour to promote the album the following year.
Spears’ father managed to get a restraining order against Britney’s ex-manager, Sam Lufti, and ex-boyfriend, Adnan Ghalib. Court documents claim that the two men were conspiring to gain control of Spears’ assets. Spears also regained some visitation rights to her two sons. In March 2010 it was announced that Spears is currently working on her seventh studio album. RadarOnline’s source asserts that Spears has made huge improvements in her personal life, surrounding herself with people looking out for her best interests. She is also spending more and more time with her two children. If all goes well, the termination process of her conservatorship will begin in three months.