In a settlement with Britney Spears, Kevin Federline has retained sole custody of their young sons, but his ex-wife still has a chance to spend a significant amount of time with Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden, 22 months, if she follows a strict set of guidelines laid down by Kevin. "Kevin is very happy with the agreement," says his attorney James Simon. "He got everything he wanted."
In Touch has learned exclusively that according to the terms of the agreement, which was arranged by Kevin’s attorneys James Simon and Mark Vincent Kaplan, Britney will be allowed two days and one night per week with her children. Those visitations could periodically increase, one day at a time, until custody is shared equally with Kevin — but only if Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, continues to serve as her conservator. Without Jamie’s oversight, Britney would be forced to adhere to the current, much stricter, guidelines to earn more time with her kids. According to an insider, “The kids are happy to be with their mom and doing fine."