Kevin Federline, the ex-husband of Britney Spears, wishes nothing but the best for the mother of his children. Federline’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, recently shared Federline’s thoughts regarding Spears’ recent court testimony about her conservatorship.
Kaplan stated that the best thing for their children is for their mother to be healthy and happy. He emphasized that if Spears is not in a good state, it does not provide the best setting for custody to be exercised. Federline respects Spears and hopes for the best for her because he believes that when she is doing well, it benefits their kids. He wants there to be a healthy and strong relationship between Spears and their children.
Reflecting on Spears’ testimony, Kaplan expressed his belief that she has not been served well by the conservatorship and that it is not consistent with what she wants. He supports her right to challenge it if it is in her best interest. Kaplan believes that Spears’ voice should be heard and that if she is strong and healthy and wants to be in control of her own life, she should have that opportunity.
However, Kaplan also acknowledges the need for the court to ensure Spears’ well-being, particularly regarding her mental health. He expressed concern about whether she is okay, especially after her revelation that she was put on lithium. Kaplan emphasized the importance of considering her well-being if she seeks to change the custody order in the post-conservatorship era.
During the court hearing, Spears was not questioned by her conservators’ lawyers, and they have not had the opportunity to rebut her allegations in court. The judge stated that Spears still needs to file a formal motion to end the conservatorship.
Regarding Jamie Spears, Britney’s father and one of her conservators, Kaplan stated that there have been no violations of the restraining order against him. Federline was granted the restraining order following an alleged altercation between Jamie and their son. Kaplan believes that if the restraining order is complied with, as it has been so far, Federline will likely allow it to expire.