A lawyer that is claiming to represent toxic singer Britney Spears has filed an appeal challenging a court ruling that gave the singer’s father control of her personal and business affairs. Jamie Spears was appointed conservator of the star’s legal and financial affairs last month and is in charge of her entire estate, with a court appointed observer, Andrew Wallet, until July. But attorney Jon Eardley claims Spears was not given the minimum five-day notice required by California law when control is sought over a person’s assets or estate, according to papers filed at Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday. Eardley initially attempted to move the case from a state court to a federal court, but his attempt was rejected by a federal judge who said he could not be Spears’ attorney because her conservators are the only two people who could employ an attorney on her behalf. However, Eardley protested in previous court filings that he was hired by Spears in a telephone conversation and has vowed to continue to fight on the 26-year-old’s behalf.