Kevin Costner’s estranged wife Christine is asking for $248,000 a month in child support, court documents reveal in the midst of their contentious divorce.
The financial request is revealed in court documents recently filed by the former handbag designer’s attorneys, listed as “$248,000 total for all three children.”
In the filing, Christine, 49, alleges the figure “is less than the amount needed to maintain the children in their accustomed lifestyle” and is requesting that Costner, 68, also pay 100% of private-school tuition, extracurricular activities/sports and health-care expenses for their three kids: Cayden, 16, Hayes, 14, and Grace, 13.
No request for spousal support is noted in the request for order, which was filed on Friday in the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara.
In the documents, Kevin’s 2022 income was listed at $19,517,0641 and their family’s expenses, not including taxes, were listed at $6,645,285. The net income for the family, after all expenses and taxes, was $7,595,520. Some of the expenses listed include regular travel to the Caribbean, Hawaii, and Aspen, and regular entertaining of guests, requiring caterers or chefs. In addition, the upkeep of their several large properties costs about $2 million a year.
Reps for both Costner and Christine did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment on Wednesday morning.