The custody battle between Britney Spears and Kevin Federline has come to an end, as the pop star has agreed to give her ex sole custody of their two boys, Sean Preston and Jayden James.
According to Mark Vincent Kaplan, K-Fed's lawyer, it's pretty much a done deal, they are just waiting for the courts to sign off on it. Both Britney and Kevin are due in court Friday morning.
"The case has been settled," MVK told E! Online. "The court still has to approve it."
"As of this evening there is a fully executed deal memo...All the issues that would have been addressed at trial have been settled," he said. "Can't speak to the exact terms of the deal. Orders in place...will stay in place."
His legal man says that "Kevin is absolutely delighted," but this wasn't wasn't exactly what he was hoping for.
"Kevin was not [out] to get custody. Kevin's goal was to set up some kind of template so the mother of his children can co-parent," the lawyer revealed. "He said I need to have Britney to be involved in the coparenting of the kids but I need there to be a structure."
"Nobody could have anticipated the terms of events that have occurred....This was a two-year journey that will be halted at a point that is good for these children. Custody is always modifiable. If there is a final order, it means there is nothing to try."
I assume Britney's visits with her boys will continue, and they'll keep up with their overnights, but this has to be a blow to her. There is no word on how she reacted to the agreement just yet, but hopefully she thinks this is the best for the boys, as well.
What do you think -- did the best parent win?