Despite the hopes of Britney Spears, her family and even Kevin Federline, lawyers couldn't agree on terms of potential visitation for the pop star.
Therefore, her seeing Sean Preston and Jayden James remains off the table.
Ironic, as FedEx wants Brit to have at least some visitation and lawyers came to court today trying to accommodate this, but it was not to be.
Jamie Spears, Britney's father, wants to restore some normalcy to Britney's life and angled for visitation with the boys in a bad way. To no avail.
There were no changes in the custody order. Having gone nuts, Britney Spears has not seen Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, in a month and a half.
Also, Commissioner Scott J. Gordon made it clear - Brit's conservatorship being challenged in federal court has no bearing on the custody case.
Finally, the firm of Trope and Trope, which has long wanted out, is now officially out as Britney Spears' legal reps. Stacy Phillips is now her lawyer on the case.
The lawyers are reportedly still working - through lunch - to try to hammer out a new agreement and will all be back in court at 4:30 p.m. EST.