Britney Spears is keen for her conservatorship to come to an end in order to regain her freedom.
Britney Spears is allegedly ''fed up'' of her father controlling her finances.
The 32-year-old singer's personal and professional affairs have been controlled by her dad Jamie Spears and Andrew Wallett since her breakdown in 2008, but she wants the conservatorship to come to an end so she is free to marry her boyfriend David Lucado, 28.
A source told RadarOnline.com: ''She's so sick of all the bodyguards. And she wants to be out from under her father's thumb.
''Her relationship with David has never been stronger. She also wants the conservatorship to end so she can be free to marry him.''
However, despite Britney's determination to regain her independence, friends don't think she's ready to control her own finances at the moment.
The source explained: ''Even though Britney is doing very well, there are no plans to end the conservatorship anytime soon. Her doctors just don't think she is ready to be on her own yet.''
Britney, who has two children Sean Preston, eight, and Jayden James, seven, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, was placed under permanent conservatorship after she was admitted to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and put on involuntary psychiatric hold in 2008.
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