In what OK! has learned was a deal more than a week in the making, a judge has ruled that Britney Spears will once again receive visitation rights with her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James. Under the ruling, Britney can see her boys in a "theraputic setting" — meaning, among other stipulations, that Jamie Spears and Brit’s psychiatrist must be present.
Kevin Federline is reportedly on board with the commissioner’s decision and is, along with lawyers for both sides, impressed at Jamie’s ability to quiet the whirlwind surrounding Britney’s life.
K-Fed’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan tells OK! exclusively that today’s ruling would never have happened if Jamie hadn’t stepped in to stabilize his daughter.
"Obviously this wouldn’t have happened if Jamie Spears wasn’t involved but there’s much more to it than those two people being present,” Kaplan tells OK! exclusively. "Let’s just say that my partner Jim Simon and I put lots of specific terms, conditions and protections in place that go far beyond those two people being present."
So how soon will Britney get to see her boys? "Britney very,very soon will be seeing her boys again," Kaplan tell OK!. "At the moment we are waiting for the orders to be signed and faxed by the judge and assuming that we receive that tonight, visitation will happen very quickly.”