It is hope at last at the end of the tunnel for the troubled singer, Britney Spears. A modified agreement with her ex-husband Kevin Federline will give visitation rights to her younger sons.
Federline's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan revealed that the two sides have hammered out a modified agreement that will soon allow the singer to see her sons for the first time in almost two months.
"We're pleased that ... the process of reinstating the children's mother as a participant in their lives can commence," E! Online quoted Kaplan, as saying.
Kaplan, however, said that the court commissioner still has to sign off on the deal and fax it over.
When that happens, 'Ms. Spears will be seeing her boys very soon after that. But it's not a total done deal yet,' he added.
Kaplan refused to get into details of the agreement but sources said that Britney would have limited monitored visits with Sean Preston, 2, and 17-month-old Jayden James.
When asked about reports that the pop star's father Jamie Spears and a psychiatrist will also be along on those proposed visits, Kaplan said, "It will involve many more specific terms to be met than just those two people in the room. We have put lots of specific terms, conditions and protections in place to make visitation happen in the safest way possible."
"None of this would not have happened if Jamie Spears had not been involved. That's for sure. He gets a lot of credit for helping make this happen. But we've worked very hard with the conservator lawyers, as well, to make this all work," he added.