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Amanda Bynes’ conservatorship is set to end this week.

The former Nickelodeon star filed for an end to her conservatorship last month, with her mother Lynn responsible for her personal and medical decisions – and financial affairs – since 2013.

As reported by PEOPLE magazine, court documents show that the judge handling the case issued an interim decision on Mondau (21.03.22) and said: “The court determines that the guardianship is no longer necessary and that the grounds for establishing a guardianship of the person no longer exist.”

It is believed that Judge Roger L. Lund will officially end the conservatorship during a hearing in Ventura County Superior Court on Tuesday (22.03.22).

Amanda, 35, has been under guardianship since August 2013, after being hospitalized in involuntary psychiatric detention. Amanda – who rose to fame as a child actress – has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

However, in 2021 David A. Esquibias – the actress’ attorney – insisted she was “doing great” ahead of her 35th birthday.

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Speaking about his client’s state of mind, he said at the time: “Amanda is doing great. She lives near the beach, goes to school and loves meditation and Soul Cycle classes.

“She can’t wait to celebrate her birthday with her family and friends.”

Meanwhile, Tamar Arminak – an attorney for his parents – revealed last month that his parents “support 100%” of his decision.

He said at the time: “The parents are happy, thrilled to hear this good news. The professionals say she is ready to make her own life choices and decisions and are so proud of her.”

Amanda was previously working on her degree at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in California, after earning her associate degree in 2019.

Esquibias explained that Amanda is “very enterprising” but has also remained committed to her studies.

He said, “Amanda is very enterprising. She’s studying perfume. She’s now considering perfume in addition to a clothing line. But don’t get too excited. She’s still a student at FIDM and graduating.”

This article was originally published on famoustainment.com.