Kevin Federline only sends positive vibes to his ex-wife Britney Spears, whom he was married to from 2004 to 2007.
In years gone by, the former dancer was known in pop culture circles as “K-Fed” and even saw his last name turn into a verb – called becoming “Federlined” – for the win. that many believe he claimed in his divorce from Spears. Federline was granted sole custody of the ex-couple’s two sons: Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14.
The controversial era of those heatwave days is apparently behind the former reality TV star, as her lawyer now says Federline just wants Spears to be “happy and healthy” as she seeks to dissolve the guardianship that has been entrusted to him for the past 13 years.
“What’s best for her, Kevin is supporting her to be able to do it,” Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told Entertainment Tonight on Friday. “It doesn’t matter how positive the effect of a guardianship is if it has a deleterious effect and a harmful effect on her state of mind. He therefore supports her by offering her the best environment to live and for her children with whom visit him. their mother in it. “
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The powerful litigator added: “Kevin thinks the best thing for his children is that their mother is happy and healthy and if she can do it without guardianship, that’s great.”
Kaplan maintained at the point of sale that Federline was monitoring how the debates unfolded behind the scenes, as were the public, sharing that Federline had not been involved in the affair at all and had “stayed away from it.”
“He just hopes everything goes well,” the lawyer said.
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Ultimately, Federline is hopeful that Spears gets the result she wants because, in her opinion, such a move “would make her a happy mother and obviously I think one of the takeaways we could all [hear] according to her comments, it is because she is under tremendous pressure. “
“People under pressure sometimes don’t make the same decisions they would if they were completely left to their free will,” Kaplan added. “If she is able to manage herself in a way that does not endanger herself or her children, if they are in her care, Kevin is very comfortable with the dissolution of the guardianship.”
As far as Federline is concerned, the guardianship statute is only really relevant for children because “there are financial issues that need to be resolved”.
Additionally, Kaplan insisted that Federline agree with Spears ‘previous admission through his attorney Sam D. Ingham III that Jodi Montgomery, Spears’ temporary curator, “did an excellent job. work from what he can see based on his interaction on those occasions when they had to communicate with each other.
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Federline also hopes Spears can get the guardianship removed primarily “to make sure that when the boys visit mom” that “everything is stable and safe,” Kaplan told Entertainment Tonight.
“Keep in mind that when the guardianship was placed over Britney the children were toddlers. We are now talking about two healthy and intelligent young boys who are 14 and 15 and they can judge for themselves. if things are going well I don’t like or what has changed, “he said.
“More importantly, they are able to speak to Kevin and Britney. So that’s an extra layer of protection that wasn’t there when the guardianship was first placed.”
Kaplan also revealed that the family currently had a restraining order that barred Spears’ father, Jamie, from seeing his grandchildren and that Federline’s relationship with Jamie had been “on hold” since the order went into effect. .
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The lawyer also said his client’s relationship with the mother of their children was “amicable”.
“Kevin has always been a Britney supporter, he hopes for Britney that she can enjoy her life in a safe and healthy way and he looks forward to enjoying the benefits of being able to co-parent two teenage children,” Kaplan said at the point of sale.
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“I think Kevin and Britney were successful in communicating with each other to make decisions affecting the boys and their well-being in the future. Kevin is hopeful that if the guardianship was dissolved, this dynamic would only improve even more. “added the lawyer.
Kaplan did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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