Braunwyn Windham-Burke’s Child & Spousal Support Amount Revealed as RHOC Alum Relocates to Tennessee Amid Divorce From Ex Sean

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RHOC's Braunwyn Windham-Burke Granted $11k Per Month in Child and Spousal Support From Ex Sean After She Relocates to Tennessee

Braunwyn Windham-Burke has been awarded child and spousal support payments from ex Sean Burke amid their divorce.

Seven months after the former Real Housewives of Orange County star, who relocated from Newport Beach to Tennessee with “wife” Jennifer Spinner last month, filed for divorce from Sean after 23 years of marriage, she’s reached a custody agreement.

In court documents filed on April 12 and obtained by The U.S. Sun on April 21, it was noted that Braunwyn is allowed to relocate her minor children, including nine-year-old twins Caden and Curren, eight-year-old Koa, and five-year-old Hazel, to Tennessee and enroll them in a nearby school.

Braunwyn and Sean also share two adult daughters, 22-year-old Bella and 20-year-old Rowan, and one 17-year-old son, Jacob, who will continue to live with Sean in California as he completes his final year of high school.

Although they’ll share joint legal of their minor children, Sean will have the kids 10 days each month and can visit them in Tennessee “as often as he likes.”

“Sean will have a room in Braunwyn’s Franklin home, and she will go back and forth to California as much as she can to visit the older kids in college,” a source shared.

According to the court documents, Sean, who seems to still be living in his and Braunwyn’s previously shared rental home in Newport Beach, has been ordered to begin making $11,000 monthly payments ($6,000 per month in child support and $5,000 per month in spousal support) to Braunwyn on May 1 — and to keep her and their five youngest children on his health insurance plan.

The report went on to say that the payments should continue “until the death of either party, the remarriage of the Petitioner or further order of court,” which means that if Braunwyn and Jennifer, who celebrated an unofficial wedding in February, ever get married, Sean won’t have to pay.

Following her divorce filing in October, Braunwyn requested $10,000 in spousal support, claiming she had just $2,900 in her bank account.

“I am unemployed. Except for two years during our nearly 23-year marriage, I have stayed home to care for our seven children,” she explained in her court documents. “I have relied on the Respondent for all financial security since I was 20 years old. I have relied on Respondent to make all financial decisions for 23 years and I have effectively been kept in the dark regarding the true extent of our business interests and assets.”

Earlier this month, after reportedly moving into a $1.7 million rental home with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and over 7,000 square feet of space, Braunwyn confirmed her move on Instagram.

“We did a thing, this California beach girl and this NYC/Berlin city girl are officially in the country,” she announced. “It’s a crazy time to move here, I hope we can help by speaking out about the issues and people we hold closest. I’m so happy to be here with you, this is the story of us [Jennifer Spinner], and I’m loving this little sanctuary we’ve created.”

Braunwyn was featured in a full-time position on the 13th and 14th seasons of The Real Housewives of Orange County.

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