(fashion) While Britney Spears' father Jamie has requested to temporarily relinquish his conservatorship over his daughter, mom Lynne appears to have different plans.
The mother-of-three is apparently set to be in court, according to her lawyer Gladstone Jones who spoke with TMZ on Friday, shortly after word emerged Jamie was giving up his guardianship.
Jamie is currently supporting Jodi Montgomery to take his place, and has described Montgomery the pop star's 'care manager for the last year.'
Britney Spears' mom Lynne may challenge her father Jamie's plans to relinquish his conservatorship of the pop star. The mother-daughter duo is seen above in 2002
It's yet to be seen whether or not she will be challenging Jamie and his decision, but all signs point to yes.
Lynne has appeared to support the #FreeBritney movement, liking several comments with the tag in past months.
The movement started online, but migrated to real life when protesters escalated into real life protests and celebrity endorsements from the likes of Miley Cyrus, J-Woww, Hayley Kiyoko and more.
Many accused Jamie of forcing his daughter into a mental health facility, which would be a criminal offense.
Contrary to some reports, It appeared that Britney was able to come and go as she pleased.
Lynne has already asked to be involved with the conservatorship process. She's particularly concerned with Britney's medical issues.
If Lynne does indeed challenge Jamie's conservatorship and ask to be appointed herself, it would mean huge changes for the 64-year-old.
She would likely have to relocate to Southern California from Louisiana.
Relinquishing power: Britney Spears' father Jamie has requested to temporarily relinquish his conservatorship over his daughter
Jamie, who has been managing Britney's financial affairs and daily life for 11 years, has asked to 'relinquish the powers of conservatorship due to personal health reasons,' according to legal documents obtained by TMZ.
Jamie has been afflicted with intestinal issues this last year, and has asked for his responsibilities to be relinquished to Jodi Montgomery until at least January 20, 2020.