Kevin Federline wants Britney Spears to play a major role in the lives of Sean Preston and Jayden James. Just not a bigger role than his.
The FedEx man's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, spoke to E! News in the wake of Thursday's all-day mediation session, in which both sides were seeking to hash out a custody agreement in advance of an August trial.
"Kevin is seeking to maintain the sole legal and physical custody that he presently has," Kaplan said. "There's nothing magical about 50-50."
"There's nothing magical about 60-40. What's magical is that whatever order is in place, it best suits the best interests of the children."
Which, ideally, would give the 30-year-old Kevin Federline full custody of his sons, simply making permanent the present temporary order.
Ever since Britney's epic January meltdowns, K-Fed's had sole legal custody.
"Kevin Federline has had ustody since January," Kaplan noted. "He wants that to become the permanent order at trial, and Britney's visitation to be consistent with what the court expanded it to this week."
Namely, allowing the troubled Britney Spears overnight visitation with her sons (and Maddie Briann Aldridge's cousins), Sean Preston and Jayden James, which begin Saturday. She is also allowed two daytime visits a week.