The ongoing conservatorship of Britney Spears will be back in court on Monday in a Los Angeles courtroom RadarOnline.com can report.
The hearing will entail a status report on how Britney Spears is progressing, and it's unclear if the pop star will appear in front of the judge.
There is nothing scheduled so far that signals an end of the conservatorship for the pop star though. The only person that decides when the conservatorship ends is Judge Reva Goetz, and a specific hearing would be set for that to take place.
Britney appeared earlier this year in a closed court hearing with her lawyers, and her father.
A motion to seal records is also on the docket for Monday. This has been done in the past and usually involves medical records and business matters.