Los Angeles (E! Online) - After not seeing her boys for almost two months, Britney Spears has scored her second face-to-face visit in the past three days.
The embattled pop star received another in-home visit from one-year-old Jayden James and two-year-old Sean Preston on Monday, E! News has confirmed.
The kids were again shuttled to Spears' home in Kevin Federline's gray Dodge Viper truck, driven by Federline's longtime security guard, at around 9 a.m. They departed shortly after noon.
While few details of Monday's mommy-and-me session were available, during Saturday's visit, Spears, 26, was not permitted to be alone with her sons.
Among those present at the initial visit were her father, Jamie Spears, a court-appointed monitor, a Federline bodyguard and an attorney from the Luce Forward law firm, which is handling Britney's conservatorship for Jamie Spears. It was believed all parties were on hand again for Monday's visit.
The boys have resided primarily with Federline, since October, when Spears was stripped of custody. The singer lost visitation on Jan. 3, after a custody standoff that ended with her being hospitalized and placed on a psych hold.
The recent visits were the result of negotiations between lawyers for Kevin Federline and Luce Forward last week, with Jamie Spears also sharing a large portion of the credit.
"None of this would have happened if Jamie Spears had not been involved. That's for sure," Federline attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told E! News Friday. "He gets a lot of credit for helping make this happen. But we've worked very hard with the conservator lawyers, as well, to make this all work."
Meanwhile, lawyers for the conservatorship filed new court documents Monday, urging a judge to end a civil rights challenge to Jamie Spears' control over his daughter's financial affairs.
Attorney Jon Eardley, who claims he was hired by the troubled singer earlier this month, has argued in court documents that Britney's constitutional rights are being violated and is seeking to have her conservatorship case moved from Los Angeles Superior Court to federal court.
In their latest motion, the conservatorship attorneys argue that Eardley has both failed to prove that he legitimately represents Britney, and to meet the court's filing deadline.
They have asked that the case be immediately returned to Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz and that Eardley be forced to reimburse the approximately $43,000 in attorney fees racked up as a result of his actions.
(Originally published Feb. 25, 2008 at 12:57 p.m. PT.)