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Kelly Clarkson Admits Divorce: All the information you want to know
“It’s been the hardest thing to navigate,” she said. “I’ve never had this difficult of a project. It’s one of those things where I’m a human and going through something huge. Everybody knows, like, a big, colossal divorce I went through.
The Statement After They Went Their Separate Ways
They had disagreements on so many different fronts, and being in isolation exacerbated their tensions to the point where there was no turning back. According to a source close to Clarkson, who spoke to Us magazine in June 2020, she ultimately decided to file for divorce. Everyone believed that Kelly and Brandon had the ideal marriage, but the reality is that they did not. The polar opposite of Brandon’s easygoing demeanor is Kelly’s tense and anxious demeanor.
Additionally, the fact that Clarkson spent more time in California “affected things” between them, according to the source.
The divorce settlement between Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock has been completed.
According to court documents from The Blast, the singer, who is 39 years old, has agreed to pay her former partner a massive one-time payment of just over $1.3 million. In addition, she has begun making a monthly child support payment of $45,601 for their two children, River Rose, 7, and Remington Alexander, 5, which started on February 1.
In addition, the pair have agreed to see them share joint custody of their children, while River and Remington will continue to call Clarkson’s home in Los Angeles their primary abode.
In response to PEOPLE’s request for comment, a spokesman for Clarkson declined to comment, and PEOPLE could not reach a representative for Blackstock immediately.
A further stipulation of the agreement is that both children will be immunized against the COVID-19 virus before they are allowed to travel out of state to visit their father at the Montana ranch that belonged to the former couple and where he will be residing for the time being. This is because the children will be visiting their father out of state.
Even though Clarkson will receive both of their houses in Montana, Blackstock, 45, has agreed to pay the “Since You’ve Been Gone” singer $2,000 a month so that he can continue to reside there until June.
In addition to the one-time payment, the winner of American Idol will be required to pay her former partner spousal support for $115,000 every month until the end of January 2024.
The new amount for spousal support is less than the amount that Clarkson was ordered to pay Blackstock in July of the previous year, which was $150,000 per month in addition to the $45,601 per month that was ordered to be paid for child support. This new amount for spousal support is lower than the previous amount.
According to the documents submitted to the court, the singer will receive the family’s pets, along with various automobiles, such as a Ford Bronco, a Ford F-250, a Porsche Cayenne, and a flying simulator.
In exchange, Blackstock will receive the exes’ “farm cattle, livestock, stock dogs, and horses,” along with some cars, such as a Ford F-350 and a Ford F-250, an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), and six CAT snowmobiles. Additionally, he will take home a golf simulator, and a number of Patek Philippe watches as his prizes.
According to PEOPLE’s findings, Clarkson and Blackstock’s seven years of marriage culminated with her filing for divorce from Blackstock in June of 2020.
According to records acquired by PEOPLE, Clarkson filed paperwork in July of last year asking to be legally separated from her husband. After some consideration, Clarkson concluded that she and Blackstock “earned the opportunity to start a new life.”
According to paperwork acquired by PEOPLE, Clarkson was officially recognized as a single by the law in August.
After a court in L.A. County ordered her to pay Blackstock about $200,000 per month in spousal and child support, a source told PEOPLE that she is “more than OK.” The judge’s ruling came after the source said that Blackstock is “more than fine.”
At the time, a source told People that she was doing fine and was looking forward to the future. She takes pleasure in the fact that she is responsible for the children most of the time and enjoys the time she spends with them.
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