Spears has been an authorized consultant since 2008, following a series of much-publicized staff struggles. Her father, Jamie Spears, serves as the conservator of her day-to-day affairs and medical decisions.
Spears' parents appeared at a regular scheduled hearing hearing, held annually for her conservatorship, just last week, the sources said.
CNN has come to terms with Jamie and Lynne Spears for comment divorced in 2002, the second insider said Spears' parents are "working together" to make the best of it, and Britney welcomes their support.
"Britney and her mom walking in the court holding hands."
Though Spears asked the judge to come to us last week, according to this source
"To end it, to end it," she said, "the end of it," she said source explained. It's a struggle on a daily basis. "
Court documents obtained by CNN on Wednesday show in review of the conservatorship in September in light of Spears' request for it to end.
"The judge needs to make sure they all dot the I's and cross all the T's," one of the sources said.
Speculation over the singer's wellbeing began when she entered treatment for undisclosed mental health issues in late March. Britney Spears at an event in 201
"It was Britney's idea, even her father said, 'Are you sure you want to do this
Spears spent 30 days in a voluntary residential treatment facility, sharing on social media.
Both sources said that Spears's father battling an illness in January, coupled with her switching to help.
"When her dad got sick, it really affected her," the first source said. Anyone who knows anything about taking prescription medication knows that you just can not get on and off it. "
The second individual close to Spears said that her team started to write a letter in rehearsals and in a newspaper. "
" Things like sleeping in bed, not being clear-headed, you tell her something and then she's asking the same
Both patients suffer from mental health problems and are now experiencing an ongoing challenge.
Britney's longtime manager, Larry Rudolph, spoke to TMZ on Wednesday and said that Las Vegas residency was a perfect storm "of events in her life.
So he said that residency, which is supposed to start back in February, is unlikely to happen.
CNN that Spears' current priority is her health.
"It's not even possible to do it again, maybe they will or will not," one source said. "Getting herself back to a good place, a happy and healthy place, is all she's focused on."
Scrutiny around Spears' current emotional state was described as "overblown" by the other source, who added that the #FreeBritney campaign could actually cause the singer harm.
"Britney is in a pretty good place right now," this source said. "This is not 2007 Britney."
With the first source adding, "Do these #FreeBritney fans understand the ramifications of ending conservatorship, leaving her vulnerable Sam Lutfi? "
Lutfi was one of the people who was around at the time. She was granted a restraining or restraining order
Lutfi must stay at least 200 yards away from the singer and what he ordered to make "disparaging public statements" about Spears, her family, her conservator or her current Manager. Her sons, Sean and Jayden, are also listed as "additional protected persons" in the order.
"[People close to Britney] Sam saw an opportunity to get back into Britney's life when she entered [treatment in March.] He saw her as vulnerable and That's when he started to send fake emails to Britney to her team, "the source said. He's toxic and needs to stay away. "
Marc S. Gans, Lutfi's attorney, released a statement at the time the restraining order was issued.
"We are disappointed in the result, and it is overly broad and violent Mr. Lutfi's constitutional rights," the statement read.
Spears is currently surrounded by people that care about Spears appears to be doing just that.
You may not know this about me, but I'm strong, and stand up for what I want! " Spears wrote in a note to her followers. "Your love and dedication is amazing, but what I need right now is a little bit of privacy to deal with all the hard things that life is throwing my way."