Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were married from 2004 to 2007. They have two sons – Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15. The couple shared custody of the children equally. Now that the star is so close to regaining its freedom, it is possible that it will want to change this system.
A lot has happened in Britney Spears’ life. The star went through a public nervous breakdown and has been under the legal protection of her father since 2008. In fact – it was. A few weeks ago, a court backed her long-standing pleas and removed Jamie Spears from guardianship.
And while Britney Spears is still incapacitated, she has much more freedom. The door to complete freedom was also opened for her.
Will he use her to fight for full custody of his sons?
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Britney Spears will fight for full custody of her sons?
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were married from 2004 to 2007. They had two sons – Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15. The ex-spouses waged a real battle in court to fight the custody division. It happened at the time of the star’s public nervous breakdown.
Ultimately, the court split the custody equally. It is known, however, that Britney Spears spent less time with her sons. Foreign media reports that Jamie Spears used his contact with children as a bargaining chip to manage his daughter’s life even more effectively. If she refused to obey – she would not see the children.
Fortunately, Jamie Spears has now been taken out of guardianship. In this situation, will Britney Spears want to fight for sole protection?
According to TMZ, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline are not planning any changes to the custody of their sons, even if the guardianship is lifted.
TMZ reports that, according to the contract, the singer now has access to her sons whenever she wants, as does her ex-husband. Plus, Sean and Jayden are both the age of independent decision-making and no longer need constant supervision.