Britney Spears allowed to sell home

But the court has yet to decide about her finances

It will be a bit longer before the court begins to sort out Britney Spears' finances, but she may be getting a new zip code soon.

A Los Angeles court commissioner on Tuesday agreed to allow Spears' representatives to sell her home, the same paparazzi hotspot from which authorities have twice escorted the singer in protective custody.

The decision required a court's approval because the 26-year-old's finances and personal affairs remain under the control of her father.

James Spears became conservator of his daughter's affairs in February after several highly publicized mishaps. A trial about whether he will maintain that role was also delayed on Tuesday.

One of the main reasons: Britney Spears remains on vacation and won't be back in time to participate in crucial meetings about her finances and mental health. The pop star and her father weren't in court Tuesday.