Kelly Clarkson won primary custody of her children, according to court documents.
The singer, 38, filed for divorce from her husband of seven years Brandon Blackstock in June earlier this year.
Now Brandon has reportedly filed legal documents requesting $436,000 (£327,274) in monthly total for spousal and child support following the judge’s ruling – according to TMZ.
A source told PEOPLE of the move: “Brandon’s been equally unreasonable in his requests for child and spousal support, as well as attorney fees.
“Kelly’s offered to pay for all the kids’ expenses, but Brandon seems to think he is entitled to and needs $301K in spousal support and $135K in child support per month.”
The former flames will share joint custody of their children River Rose, six, and son Remington Alexander, four.
Kelly will have the primary physical custody of the children in Los Angeles where she lives.
Brandon will have their kids on the first, third and fifth weekends every month.
However, he will have to travel to Los Angeles to see the kids on the first and third weekends of the month.
For the fifth weekend, the kids will be able to visit the dad at his home in Montana where he lives.
The court document read: “The Court finds that under the circumstances present in this case, the interest in providing stability and continuity for the minor children weighs in favor of Petitioner (Clarkson) having primary custody.”
Mirror Online has reached out to Kelly Clarkson’s representative for further comment.
Kelly and Brandon’s love story goes back eight years and they were married for almost seven years of those years.
Sparks were flying when they first laid eyes on each other at the Super Bowl XLVI in 2012.
Kelly was re-introduced to her manager Narvel Blackstock’s son after he got a divorce.
“Brandon is my manager’s son. I’ve known him for six years, but he was married for most of that time,” she told The Daily Mail.
“Then, suddenly, there he was at the Super Bowl and he was single…”
In a whirlwind romance, the couple tied the knot the following year in 2013.
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