All We Know About Jodi Montgomery — Britney Spears' Potential Permanent Conservator

Jodi is regarded as a nurturing manager and devoted guardian of her client's interests.

Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears/Instagram

Britney Spears wants Jodi Montgomery to replace Jamie Spears as her conservator. That’s why you've probably been seeing her name on the Internet a lot recently.

Due to health issues, Jamie left his conservator position temporarily in September 2019, and Jodi was appointed as his replacement until January 2020.

At that time, Jodi owned the power to hire security guards and caretakers for Britney, control who could visit the pop princess and even impose civil harassment restraining orders on her if necessary.

Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears/Instagram

As Britney’s care manager, Jodi works with healthcare providers to get the singer the treatment and medication she needs while also maintaining her medical records.

In August 2020, Jodi and Britney made headlines again after the singer asked Jodi to be her permanent conservator. However, Jamie continued to hold his role.

Further, in March 2021, Britney asked her father to step down as her conservator. As the “Toxic” hitmaker stated, she wants Jodi to replace him permanently.

Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears/Instagram

In the document, Britney said she reserves the right to petition to have this conservatorship terminated. It is expected that the next hearing will take place on April 27.

Meanwhile, Jodi earned her bachelor's degree in social welfare from the University of California, Berkeley. Her credentials as a professional fiduciary In California have been verified since April 2011.

Jodi runs Pais Montgomery Fiduciary along with her husband, Jack. The company's website indicates it offers everything from managing businesses to resolving family conflicts to managing real estate assets and developing and implementing trust finances plans.

Jodi is regarded as a nurturing manager and devoted guardian of her client's interests. Her main objective is to protect clients from abuse while maintaining their personal independence.

In addition to that, Jodi served as a volunteer for the Special Olympics between 1987 and 1992 and a counselor with AIDS Center Pasadena from 1992 to 2005.

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