Jason Sudeikis And Olivia Wilde are finally in a good position with their previously contentious custody issues.
The former partners were embroiled in a MAJOR custody battle over their 9-year-old son for months Otis and 6 year old daughter daisy. The infamous low point came when Olivia was served legal documents on stage CinemaCon last April – a truly embarrassing incident, and we still don’t know if Jason intended it. But now there is finally peace. In a new report published for the first time DailyMail.com On Monday, the duo made a BIG decision.
First of all, this Bookseller The director and actor have agreed on joint custody of the two children. You will receive the children “weekly, weekly” in the same amounts as stated in the registration. Seems fair!
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The Ted Lasso star has agreed to pay $27,500 a month in child support. Specifically, these amount to $10,300 for Otis and $17,200 for Daisy, according to documents filed in the case. And in addition to those monthly payments, Sudeikis also covers a quarter of Wilde’s other child care costs. That’s a lot of dough! But he can afford it!
The documents estimate Jason’s 2023 income at $10.5 million compared to Olivia’s $500,000. That’s a BIG difference – and one that will fluctuate in the coming years depending on the stars’ respective projects. However, according to the documents, both parties do not seem to be concerned about the status changing due to year-to-year fluctuations:
“Such disputes and fluctuations are not material to their agreement that Jason has an exceptionally high income. …The parties agree that the minor child support of $27,500 per month is sufficient to meet the needs of the minor children given Jason’s station in life… [and] is consistent with the best interests of every child.”
So that’s it?! Good! No more fighting, mom and dad! Reactions, Perezcious readers?!
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