An unscheduled hearing in the Britney Spears custody case Friday yielded no change in the arrangement between the pop star and ex-husband Kevin Federline.
The hearing in Los Angeles was closed and all documents were ordered sealed until a hearing later this month. A court spokeswoman says no rulings were made.
Spears' attorney declined to comment after they concluded Friday. Mark Kaplan, an attorney representing Federline, attended the hearing via speakerphone.
Neither Spears nor Federline appeared.
Last month, a court commissioner granted Spears expanded visitation with her children. Federline took control of the toddlers after several highly publicized instances of erratic behavior by the 26-year-old singer.