Washington, Feb 8 : Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears has been granted a change in conservatorship over his daughter by an LA Superior Court judge on Feb 7.
The judge has allowed a change in the rules concerning Jamie's decision-making power over the troubled pop star's medical, financial, and legal matters, reports Usmagazine.com.
Lawyers from both parties had a meeting with the judge behind closed doors, and it is not clear what was decided or discussed.
Jamie will remain the singer's co-conservator alongside lawyer Andrew Wallet until Feb. 14, Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz ruled on Feb 5.
The decision came in a hearing in which Britney's new attorney, Adam Streisand, claimed that the pop star had a 'strong desire' against her father's temporary oversight.
Streisand argued that Jamie's conservatorship 'would only cause further distress, agitation and estrangement.'