Britney Spears and ex-husband Kevin Federline celebrated their son Sean Preston's second birthday hammering out a spousal support settlement in Los Angeles on Friday (14Sep07).
Lawyers for the former couple agreed that Federline should continue receiving $20,000 (GBP10,000)-a-month in spousal support until November (07), after which he'll receive only child support payments from his ex-wife.
Outside court, Spears' attorney, Laura Wasser, told People magazine reporters,"I think she (Spears) just wants to be a mom.
"Both of her kids' birthdays are this week, and I think she would've liked to celebrate with them without having to worry about the entire nation - the entire world - being concerned about what's going on with her personally and her custody battle with Mr. Federline."
She went on to deny a report suggesting her client had offered Federline a settlement earlier this week (beg10Sep) to end their ongoing financial and child custody battles.
The rumour started on Wednesday (12Sep07) - son Jayden James' first birthday - when Spears attended an unscheduled meeting with Federline and his attorney at Wasser's office.
Wasser added, "I don't believe that's true. They (Spears and Federline) met and are trying to work it out so they don't have to have a judge make determinations for them regarding their kids."
Spears and Federline are due to face each other before a family court judge on Monday (17Sep07) to discuss child custody arrangements.
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