Britney Spears, Kevin Federline Finalizing Tour Custody Arrangement

Lawyer says K-Fed will be taking boys to 'central locations' near Circus tour stops.

[artist id="501686"]Britney Spears[/artist] and [artist id="2099561"]Kevin Federline[/artist] are reportedly close to finalizing a custody agreement allowing them both to see their two young sons while Spears embarks on her Circus tour in March and April.

Though Britney's blog had already announced that the boys were going to be on the road with their mother, Kevin Federline's lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan told E! News on Wednesday that an agreement would probably be reached in "the next day." He added that Spears will probably see her sons on "pretty much the same schedule that she has now." Spears' lawyer was not available for comment.

As of now, Federline has primary custody of Sean Preston, 3, and Jayden James, 2, but Spears has been seeing them about three days a week, according to Kaplan. The attorney didn't think the boys would be attending Britney's shows, but instead K-Fed would be taking the boys to "various central locations in various areas of the country."

"They will be available in her life when she is done with the rigors of performing," he clarified. "He is doing that because he wants her to be able to have the maximum positive environment around her to assure that the tour will be successful."

It was earlier reported that Spears had threatened to cancel her tour if the kids weren't allowed to come along. But Kaplan said Federline wasn't taking that into account. "That would be her decision," he said. "But it is not something that would compel Kevin to decide what is best for his kids."

Meanwhile, Kaplan wasn't able to say whether or not Federline's reported girlfriend, pro volleyball player Victoria Prince, will be traveling with him during the tour. "I don't even know if they know yet," Kaplan told E!. He added that Prince, 26, "is a very solid person, and they are really great together. She is very solid, responsible, and has a very positive effect."