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AB-1194, which provides greater oversight on conservators, has passed unanimously in the California Senate BPED Committee and will move on to the Senate Appropriations Committee.

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I Googled AB-1194 and found an article that summarizes it: https://a28.asmdc.org/press-releases/20210326-asm-evan-low-introduces-bill-implement-much-needed-reforms-californias

Some highlights from the article:

  • The bill was introduced in March 
  • "The systemic failures in California’s conservatorship process were magnified in a recent documentary about pop star Britney Spears."
  • AB 1194 will require nonprofessional conservators who oversee an estate worth more than a million dollars (*cough cough* Jamie) to register as a professional, help conservators get training, and require conservators to provide more transparency in their billing. 
  • It will also: 
    • Create a civil penalty of up to $50,000 if the court finds the conservator has not acted in the best interest of the client.
    • Make it clear that a conservator cannot hire or refer any business to an entity in which they have a financial interest.
    • Prohibit the conservator from being compensated from the estate in defending the compensation in the petition.
    • And other stuff but those ^ seemed the most exciting :)

But there's more!

Apparently, there are a couple of other bills being proposed, including SB 724, which would "give conservatees in California the right to obtain legal counsel of their preference." :clap1_britney_clapping_chaotic_night_yay_cheer_excited:

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2 hours ago, PinkyAndStinky said:

Create a civil penalty of up to $50,000 if the court finds the conservator has not acted in the best interest of the client.

tbh if their "salary" is proportional to the amount of money they manage from the conservatee's estate, then the penalty should be proportional to that amount too 

a $50,000 penalty from what they've stolen from Britney, would be nothing 

(of course I know this won't even get to affect Jamie if passed, but still) 


But overall, great news 

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