Kevin Costner's Child Support Reduced: Actor to Pay $63k Monthly 

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In a recent court decision, Kevin Costner's child support payments to his estranged wife, Christine Baumgartner, were significantly reduced.

Kevin Costner and Christine have been engaged in a bitter legal battle over child support payments for their three children.

The judge ruled that Kevin would now pay $63,209 per month in child support.

This amount is less than half of the $129,000 Christine was receiving temporarily and significantly lower than her initial request of $248,000 per month. 

During the hearing, Kevin expressed his concerns about divorce, given his previous experience with his first wife and three children.

He emphasized his desire to provide for his children and ensure their financial security.

Kevin also mentioned his intention to pass down his properties to his kids, emphasizing his commitment to their well-being.

In the end, the judge's decision aligned more closely with Kevin's proposed child support amount, marking the resolution of this contentious legal battle.

While the divorce proceedings have been challenging, both parties can now move forward with greater financial clarity and stability.

This decision brings an end to a chapter in Kevin Costner's life, allowing him to focus on his acting career and, most importantly, his role as a father to his three children.