Britney Spears is reportedly expected to show up in court on Wednesday to testify against her current conservatorship arrangement.
The singer has been under the conservatorship of her father Jamie since 2008, when he was given the authority to oversee Brit's personal health and wellbeing, as well as the star's finances.
Last week, a judge ruled the singer's longtime "care-manager" Jodi Montgomery was to take Jamie's place as conservator while he undergoes ankle surgery, but Jamie is still ensconced as the conservator of Britney's estate, meaning he has total control over her investments, business deals, income and expenditure.
However, according to TMZ, Brit is set to show up in court as her mother Lynne will ask the judge to terminate Jamie as Britney's conservator, because she believes he is no longer fit to continue in that role. The singer will apparently speak in support of her mother.
During the hearing, the judge will be presented with a critical report from a court-appointed evaluator, who will determine Jamie's effectiveness in the role, and decide whether he should continue. The publication reported Lynne will not ask to take over the conservatorship.
The hearing comes the day after Ventura County District Attorney announced Jamie won't be prosecuted, following claims from Britney's ex-husband Kevin Federline that Jamie broke down a door and violently shook the former couple's 13-year-old son Sean, claiming there is "insufficient proof that criminal offence was committed".