Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's custody battle continues

09/04/2007 at 08:35 PM ET

Attorneys representing Britney Spears and Kevin Federline appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday to smooth over their custody dispute. Although neither Britney’s counsel, Laura Wasser, nor Kevin’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, would comment on the closed-door hearing, everyone reportedly walked away happy.

Mark Vincent Kaplan spoke to the press briefly after the hearing.

He wants as much custody time as he can get.

Kevin filed for primary custody of the couples’ two sons, 23-month-old Sean Preston Federline, and 11-month old Jayden James Federline, apparently unhappy with their pre-arranged joint-custody agreement.

Another custody hearing is scheduled for September 17.

Source: E! Online

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Leah on

You know why he wants custody so bad, because his alimony payments stop the beginning of November and he wants primary custody so Brit will have to pay him child support and he wont have to get an actually job. Thats why he filed as soon as the divorce was final, and not at the beginning. Hes such a leech.

Meagan Jeffrey on

I think that what is going on in Britney’s life is really none of the world’s business, although she made the choice to be a star, and because of that loses rights to privacy, but come on people, give the girl some space and respect! She deserves that! She stands the chance of losing her boys to her ex, Kevin! That is the hardest thing for a parent, any parent famous or not to go through (losing their kids). Britney is a good mom, her kids are comfortable with her and love her, as she loves them. Do we REALLY know what goes on in her home behind closed doors? No, just what we read.

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