One day after a judge stripped Britney Spears of visitation rights, Kevin Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan is telling “Extra” that she’ll see the kids again soon.
Brit’s visitation “will be reinstated fairly soon, probably by the next scheduled date,” which is Oct. 26.
On that date, Kaplan said he expects to hear from various court-appointed experts who have evaluated the custody situation and made observations on the quality of parenting.
The judge “may or may not make new orders,” Kaplan said.
He added that for Kevin, “It’s frustrating the time it takes to move forward…there’s an evaluation in place, and those take a long time. They take four to six months.”
Both Britney and Kevin want their custody battle “to be done as soon as possible,” Kaplan said.
Kaplan also insisted that contrary to reports, Kevin does want Britney to be with the kids.
“He wants Mom to be involved in their lives,” he said. “He wants the kids to be structured, to be in a structured environment, regardless of the home that they’re in. That’s why he brought the action that he did.”