The Britney Spears litigation over conservatorship in the US courts has been much publicised and discussed in recent months. Julian Reed takes a look at how things might be approached if a young super-rich pop star was in a similar scenario in this jurisdiction. He talks host Mark Ablett through the English law equivalents of conservatorship, namely deputyship and power of attorney. Julian goes on to consider what might happen if someone subject to deputyship sought to either replace the deputy or revoke deputyship altogether. An unmissable introduction to a very topical subject!
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