After yesterdays talks with a mediator, Kevin Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent
Kaplan told E! News,
"The mediation didn’t result in an agreement that would
avoid the trial set in August … The mood was comfortable, positive
and it was a mood that was consistent with opening at least a great
dialogue, which is necessary."
Kaplan added that Kevin is seeking sole physical and legal custody
of sons Preston and Jayden but wants Britney Spears to continue
her current visitation terms.
Britney was recently granted overnight visits with her two sons and Federline is more than happy to give the Britney not only
more custody rights but the ability to be "involved in their lives in a
very substantial and meaningful way".
"The trial in August is going to determine two primary issues,"
Kaplan said. "Custody and visitation, and attorneys’ fees…In order to
avoid the trial in all respects, there would have to be an agreement
between the parties to resolve the attorneys’ fees, and to put in place
a custody arrangement that would carry forward…an expansion of the
Well I believe Britney is on the right track and I hope the better she gets the more involved she will be in her sons lives. Both her and Kevin seem to have their children’s best interests in mind.