Amanda Bynes, mother, Lynn, is vowing to continue to fight to save her daughter's life after a judge postponed making a decision on her request for a conservatorship of the troubled actress, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
"Lynn respects the judicial process and was pleased with the judge's decision to allow Amanda's doctor's to directly report to the judge, her diagnosis and condition," a source close to the situation said.
"Secondly, the judge ordered an investigators report, which is something that Lynn also wanted to happen. The investigator is impartial and will be speaking to Amanda, her parents, doctors, social workers, and preparing a report for the judge.
"This will give the judge a comprehensive background on Amanda and what is truly going on in her life. Lynn will do whatever is asked of her to try and help her daughter."
Separately, another hearing will be held at the psychiatric facility on Friday afternoon, because the 27-year-old troubled starlet is appealing a judge's ruling that she remain at the hospital for fourteen days.
One source said: "There is little to no chance Amanda will be released. This is the same judge that determined Amanda needed to be kept for another fourteen days. It's Amanda's legal right to appeal, but since the same judge followed her doctor's recommendations, it's unlikely she will be released."
As Radar previously reported, the judge determined that there was no need to grant a temporary conservatorship at this stage because Amanda will remain in the hospital for another two weeks. The judge also wants to speak to Amanda Bynes in person and set another hearing for August 9.
Bynes will be required to attend the proceedings.
However, if she is released from the hospital this afternoon, her mother's lawyers, "will go back to court immediately on an emergency basis to ask for the temporary conservatorship, since the judge had said there wasn't a rush to grant it based on the fact she was being kept in the facility for another fourteen days," the insider revealed.
The 27-year-old's mother's bid to become her temporary conservator is scheduled to take place on August 9, and for it to be made permanent on September 30.