Britney Spears will be allowed to visit her children "soon, very soon," after lawyers hammered out a structured visitation arrangement.
Kevin Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, confirmed Friday that he and his partner Jim Simon spent two days working with Spears' legal team.
We don't know exactly when, but Jayden James, 1, and Sean Preston, 2, will once again enjoy "participation of their mother in their lives."
"We're pleased that ... the process of reinstating the children's mother as a participant in their lives can commence," Mark Vincent Kaplan said.
Britney Spears has not seen her boys, Sean P. and Jayden J., since a January 3 custody stand-off with police, leading to the first of two forced hospitalizations.
Under the terms of the new agreement, TMZ reports:
The kids can visit with Britney, provided her dad, Jamie Spears, and a psychiatrist are present. There are other strings attached, but at a minimum, Jamie and the shrink are requirements agreed upon by the attorneys.
Both sides are impressed that Jamie Spears has stabilized Britney - weeding out the trash like Sam Lutfi - and calming the whirlwind surrounding her.
That's a core reason why a deal was struck, as K-Fed never wanted to keep the boys away from her. It was only for their own safety before she got help.
Sources say Britney will begin seeing the kids again ASAP!