New records reveal that Britney Spears' younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, is going to be playing a more significant role in Britney's conservatorship.
The "SJB Revocable Trust" was originally set up to guard Britney and her children's finances. Now, Jamie Lynn is the trustee on that fund, The Blast reports based on documents.
The trust was created in 2004, just four years before Britney's conservatorship began. It covers her bank accounts as well as personal items such as jewelry, clothes, artwork, and furniture.
It's not clear if the trust also covers the cost of her intellectual property such as music rights.
Should Britney Spears pass away, Jamie Lynn Spears is now in charge of assuring that these assets get passed along to her children, Sean and Jayden Federline. This decision was signed off by Britney's father and Andrew Wallet, her co-conservator.
"Upon the settler's death, the entire principal of the Trust...shall be promptly distributed by the Trustee to the trustee or co-trustees of the BJS Kids & Family Trust, to be held, administered and distributed in accordance with its terms," the document states.
Just this week, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) offered their assistance to the pop star in freeing herself from her conservatorship. The ACLU sent out a tweet saying, “People with disabilities have a right to lead self-directed lives and retain their civil rights.”
"If Britney Spears wants to regain her civil liberties and get out of her conservatorship, we are here to help her,” the tweet continued.
Meanwhile, Spears' father, Jamie, has recently said that fans "don't have a clue" about what really happens behind the scenes.