Britney Spears named the conservator she wants to work with if the conservatorship cannot be removed yet.

The conservatorship battle is not over for Spears yet after she successfully hired a new attorney. This time, she wants to remove her father, Jamie Spears, even more by filing a new document and naming her desired conservator.

Fox News obtained the filing Britney submitted on Monday where she asked the court to allow a new conservator to manage her business dealings.

Through her new attorney, Mathew Rosengart, the 39-year-old singer recommended Jason Rubin to be the head of conservatorship of her estate. Once approved, he would replace Britney's father who has been ruling over the program for over 13 years.

The news outlet added that Rosengart and his team currently move "aggressively and expeditiously" in pursuit of removing Jamie from the conservatorship. They reportedly have plans if the original conservator refuses to resign from the position.

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Jason Rubin, who has been a certified public accountant for years, would gain the power to take over all the documents and records that involve Spears and her assets.

"We will also reserve the power to 'revoke all powers of attorney, including powers of attorney for making health care decisions and managing real estate, and to terminate any and all agencies," the new legal filings said.

The same documents enumerated all Rubin's duties once he has been appointed as the new conservator. But essentially, he would completely do the same things Jamie did to Britney's estate.

Because Britney already got the power to choose her legal counsel, she believes that she can now nominate a new conservator, as well.

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The court's decision will remain unknown until a hearing on Rubin happens on December 13.

The new filing came after the singer pledged not to perform again as long as Jamie stays as her conservator. On Instagram, she revealed that she will not perform on any stages soon.

"For those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos ... look I'm not gonna be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad handling what I wear, say, do, or think. I've done that for the past 13 years," she said.

Indeed, in the past months, Britney opted to share videos of her dancing and singing instead of coming back to the stage. Unfortunately, the set-up might continue until she is granted to choose a new conservator.

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