Today Britney Spears and Kevin Federline could not come to a custody agreement that would prevent them from heading to trial in August. HOWEVER, the good news is, is that there was a positive flow of communication between the two parties. (Perhaps, the late night phone sex chats are helping after all.)
Kevin’s lawyer Mark Kaplan told a source, “Kevin has had sole legal custody since January. He wants that to become the permanent order at trial, and the visitation to be consistent with what the court expanded it to this week.”
He continues, “There’s nothing magical about 50-50. There’s nothing magical about 60-40. What’s magical is that whatever order is in place, it’s the order that best suits the best interest of the children.”
It is always so difficult when there are children involved. Neither party wants to budge on their stance which means only more cha-ching to be dished out to the lawyers. You KNOW Mark Kaplan is happy he took THIS case!