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Alexis Bellino Granted $16K A Month In Divorce Settlement!

Yesterday we reported that Alexis and Jim Bellino's divorce was finalized. Now. it's been reported that the Real Housewives of Orange County alum was granted $10,000 a month in spousal support and $6,000 a month in child support, according to the divorce documents obtained by Us Weekly.

“Petitioner shall pay to Respondent as and for child support the sum of $2,000.00 per month per child for a total of $6,000.00 per month, payable one-half (1/2) on the first and one-half (1/2) on the fifteenth days of each month, commencing August 1,2018,” the documents read. “Petitioner shall pay to Respondent, as and for spousal support, the sum of $10,000.00 per month due and payable one-half on the first and one-half on the fifteenth days of each month commencing August 1,2018, and continuing thereafter until the death of either party, or further order of the Court, whichever first occurs.”

The former couple, who share son James, 12, and 10-year-old twin daughters Melania and MacKenna, were also granted joint legal and physical custody of the kids. The court docs added that “the non-custodial parent shall have the right to reasonable daily phone contact with the minor children [and] the custodial parent shall not monitor the other party’s phone calls with the minor children.”

Alexis and Jim were also instructed to not “make derogatory or disparaging remarks about the other party to or in the presence of, or within the hearing of, the minor children.”

As previously reported, Jim filed for divorce back in June citing irreconcilable differences and was seeking spousal support, which the court denied.

Shortly after news broke of their separation, the former couple addressed their split in a lengthy joint statement: “It is with heavy hearts that we inform the public of our mutual decision to end our marriage — but it’s important to us that you know we made this choice together, with love, and as the best decision for our children’s future. We hold one another in the highest regards as spouses, and especially as parents. We have agreed on 50/50 custody of the children, and we ask that you respect our privacy by not theorizing about the reasons for our divorce."

The statement continued: “In recent days and weeks, there has been a lot of negative discussion about our marriage and why it is ending. Outside of the news of our decision to part ways, there is nothing provocative, alluring, or sordid about the dissolution of our marriage. Quite to the contrary, we strongly support each other just as we have since the beginning of our relationship. Our marriage was a good one, but we were never perfect people or spouses —no one is, and in this respect, we were a lot like millions of other married people. And, just like millions of other married people, we simply grew apart over times — there is no ill will or bad blood between us — and maybe that’s why absurd rumors about our marriage and future together began when we filed for divorce.”

They ended their statement by asking fans give them some space and continue to support them and their family. “We ultimately want you to feel happy for us, respect our privacy during this difficult time, and pray for our mutual benefit as we weather this storm," they said in the statement. "To the fans who have supported us since the beginning, we’re grateful for how you cheer us on — we ask that you continue to cheer as our lives and the lives of our children change and ultimately improve as a result of this difficult decision.”

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