• Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce on June 4, 2020
  • Clarkson married Brandon Blackstock in 2013
  • The singer will be next seen on "The Voice" season 21

Kelly Clarkson has been ordered to pay her estranged husband, Brandon Blackstock, almost $200,000 every month for spousal and child support.

The order was issued by the Los Angeles County Court judge following the disagreement between the estranged couple regarding their property, kids and monthly income. The filing revealed that the 39-year-old singer earns $1,583,617 per month.

Clarkson will pay $150,000 per month as spousal support to Blackstock, 44, and $45,601 will benefit child support every month. The total amount Clarkson will pay her estranged husband every month is $195,601.

Clarkson has two kids with Blackstock -- River Rose Blackstock, 7 and Remington Alexander Blackstock, 5.

Earlier this month, Clarkson filed a separate request to change her marital status to single, legally. She also claimed she wanted to settle the dispute, but Blackstock and his legal team had no intention to accept her settlement.

The singer filed for divorce last year on June 4 to end their marriage of seven years.

After the divorce filing, the singer received physical custody of her children. However, Blackstock is allowed to FaceTime the kids on a daily basis. Talking about the divorce during her talk show, "The Kelly Clarkson Show," last year, she reflected on her personal life.

"2020 has brought a lot of change also to my personal life," she said on the show. "Definitely didn’t see anything coming that came. What I’m dealing with is hard because it involves more than just my heart. It involves a lot of little hearts. We have four kids. And divorce is never easy. And we’re both from divorced families so we know the best thing here is to protect our children and their little hearts."

Before filing for the divorce, the singer had opened up about having ups and downs in her married life during a Facebook live in November 2018. "If I sat here and told you that everything was perfect, that’d be a damn lie in anybody’s relationship. But you have to work at it," she said at that time.

The singer noted that there are "always things you’re working on" when it comes to a long-term relationship.

"Honestly it goes both ways," she further said, Life & Style reported. "Like my husband feels like he constantly needs to talk about the same thing; I feel like the same thing with him. There’s always things you’re working on."

On the work front, the singer will be seen as a judge on "The Voice" season 21, starting Sept. 20.

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Kelly Clarkson attends the 25th Annual Critics' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on Jan. 12, 2020 in Santa Monica, California. Taylor Hill/Getty Images