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Britney Spears' ex wants more child support

Britney Spears' ex wants more child support

After seeing how successful her four-year Las Vegas residency has been, Britney Spears' ex-husband Kevin Federline is asking for an increase in child support.

According to The Blast, Kevin, 39, now receives $20,000 a month from Britney to care for their two sons, Jayden, 11, and Sean Preston, 12.

Federline, 39, is being represented by Mark Vincent Kaplan - who was busted for a DUI while representing Stephen Collins during his child molestation scandal.

This amount was agreed at the time when Spears was not actively working or making enough money because she was battling serious mental health issues. The former backup dancer has reportedly sent a letter to the pop star, letting her know he wants to reopen discussions regarding their current financial arrangement. He also believes that he has done his part in being supportive of his ex-wife during the highs and lows of her career.

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Britney Spears and Kevin Federline in 2004.

He and Britney Spears were married from 2004 to 2007 and have two children together. Spears' life revolves around her children, something she acknowledges.

Though the couple is co-parenting, it is unclear if they share custody since the 36-year-old singer lost custody of the boys after her highly-publicized breakdown, which led her father Jamie to appoint her caretaker. "Britney's entire world are the boys, period". She just lights up when she is with them, ' explained the source.

However, Federline additionally feels he's entitled to an increase in child support in order to "recognize the sacrifices he has made because he has gone above and beyond what most people would do in this situation". She will let her dad, Jamie, and the lawyers hash it out. She was then placed under the care of her father, Jaime, in a still-ongoing conservatorship. Although he was not specific about how much increase he wants, he desires that she agrees to the increase and terms peacefully.


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