Judge terminates conservatorship for Amanda Byne
A conservatorship for actress Amanda Bynes, which has been overseeing her personal and professional affairs for the past nine years, ended by a judge
Ventura County Judge Roger Lund Said The conservatorship is no longer needed or required, and therefore the petition for termination is granted.
Bynes' mother, Lynne Bynes, had been acting as her conservator and did not object to the request filed last month. adipiscing elit.
A conservatorship of the estate was terminated in 2017 after her assets were moved into a trust.
Bynes’ father was named as trustee, and her mother remained in control of her medical and personal affairs.
The termination was filed by Bynes’ attorney at the end of February and was met with the full support of her parents, Lynn and Rick Bynes.
Bynes’ mother and personal conservator, Lynn, is particularly excited about the “next chapter” in her daughter’s life.
The arrangement was first put in place in 2013, when Bynes was experiencing some personal difficulties.
"I am excited about my upcoming endeavors including my fragrance line and look forward to sharing more when I can."