New York, Jan 30 : Britney Spears will soon be heading to the courts again on Feb 4 in an attempt to seek therapeutic visitation of her boys, says sources close to her attorney Anne Kiley.
The law firm handling Britney's custody case, Trope and Trope were going to withdraw as counsel, but later they decided that they would stand by her. Still, the motion will be held in pen court so it can be redacted.
Reportedly, the 26-year-old star will show up to formally request the visitation with sons Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, where a court-appointed therapist will observe the family in action.
It has been reported that a family law specialist has suggested that Britney might just be successful in her pursuit. "The therapist would coach Britney, and tell her what is and isn't appropriate, and give her cues on how to handle the boys if they get fussy. The visit could take place at Brit's house, or a neutral location," the New York post quoted the source, as saying.
Also, Commissioner Gordon will most probably be inviting both sides to recommend a mutually agreed upon therapist, and would himself appoint one in case talks are unsuccessful.
"Commissioner Gordon has to be stringent with limitations regarding the boys because of their ages, vulnerability and inability to report anything bad," said the specialist.
While Britney has just been granted permission to talk to her sons via telephone, Brit's attorney requested the visits, at last week's emergency custody hearing. Britney has requested a hearing for the third time after losing temporary custody of her boys on January 3rd.