Britney Spears‘ father is making an extra effort to bond with his future son-in-law in an unusual way. Jamie Spears is asking a court to add Jason Trawick as a co-conservator over his daughter, a source confirmed to People. Jamie Spears, who’s has had legal control over his daughter’s multimillion dollar fortune since February 2008 after the pop singer suffered a psychological breakdown, plans for Trawick to have shared legal control over his Spears’s well being, but not her finances, according to the source. While a conservator can make decisions over a person’s clothing, food and medical care, Spears will still have plenty of personal freedom.
How do you know when your spouse’s parents have accepted you?
Being in love can be a wonderful feeling, and it’s even better when you have your partner’s parents blessing. Here are a few ways to tell when your spouse’s parents have accepted you:
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1. They enjoy your company: When your lover’s parents are beating him or her to the punch when calling you to come over for game nights and family dinners, it sounds like you’re a shoe-in and their parents would love to see their son or daughter settle down with someone like you.
2. They brag about you: Meeting your spouse’s parents can be hard enough, but when you have to meet an entire family, that can definitely turn you into a nervous wreck. But, when your spouse’s parents have bragged and told everyone what a wonderful person you are, that can easily remove about 10 pounds of nervous stress from your head.
3. You’re introduced as their future son or daughter-in-law: This makes it official. You’re no longer the “girlfriend” or “boyfriend” in their eyes; you’re now the in-law. Whether or not you and your love are simply dating or are soon-to-be newlyweds, they hear wedding bells for you two and are already planning your wedding.
How did you tell when your spouse’s parents accepted you? Share your comments below.