Alicia Silverstone ordered to pay ex-husband Chris Jarecki $12k a month in spousal support

Mail Online | 11/26/2018 | Reporter
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Some more details have emerged of Alicia Silverstone's divorce agreement with ex Chris Jarecki which was finalized earlier this month.

The duo - who announced their split in February - appointed a private judge to help them resolve several issues they were disputing when it came to their settlement.

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Now it's been revealed that Silverstone, 42, will be paying $12,000 a month to musician Jarecki, 45, in spousal support until 2024.

They will share joint legal and physical custody of their son Bear Blu, seven.

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In court documents seen by The Blast, Silverstone and Jarecki - who were married for 13 years - have agreed on a 'cohabitation' clause.

It means that the Clueless actress won't have to pay her ex if he lives with a new partner for five months within a one-year period.

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In most divorce cases spousal support only stops when the person receiving the payments gets married.

Also included in the agreement is a clause which bans the duo from 'making disparaging remarks about the other parent in the presence of the minor child.'

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Despite the seemingly difficult settlement the exes are 'still close friends', a rep told TMZ.

It was revealed last week that the duo had appointed a private judge to help them resolve their divorce as they had "all issues in dispute".

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Court records seen by The Blast confirmed a final judgement package was signed and entered into the divorce case on November 16.

Silverstone, who filed for divorce in May, was separated from Chris two years prior.

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Alicia has been adamant in co-parenting her son Bear with Chris and previously admitted: 'Obviously, it's heartbreaking.'

'You don't ever think you'll be apart when you get married. All I can really say is that we'll co-parent Bear together, and this is completely a good thing...
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