Kevin Federline’s lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan spoke with reporters after indicated Britney Spears agreed to give her ex-husband sole custody of their boys Sean Preston and Jayden. “Nobody could have anticipated the terms of events that have occurred,” Kaplan said. “This was a two-year journey that will be halted at a point that is good for these children. Kevin’s [goal] was not to get custody. Kevin’s goal was to set up some kind of template so the mother of his children can co-parent.”
Spears attorney Laura Wasser said the singer will get more time than the twice-a-week visitation and one overnight visitation per week she currently has. “It was a victory for the whole family that they don’t have to go to a trial,” she said. “I think they figured out a way to work together, to co-parent and make sure their kids will benefit from the result of that.”
Court spokesman Alan Parachini said, “Right now it is a private agreement. It has not been turned into an order. Nothing has been filed. A resolution is imminent. What that is, don’t know, because we haven’t seen it yet. Neither Britney nor Kevin came to court today. But [the attorneys] did indicate they are working on a settlement.” The full story at eonline.com has since been removed/relocated.