NOThere is the divorce between Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen seems to be happening later Friday, there are a lot of different things to discuss. One of the most studied topics is the issue of child support. Apart from the prenuptial agreement (or lack thereof), Tom Brady must keep his responsibility towards his children. Together they had Benjamin (12) and Vivian (9). They also occasionally raise Jackwho is the eldest son of Tom Brady.
Although the figures of what Tom Brady will have to pay are not yet known because the divorce has not yet taken place, there is a good chance that the QB will remain responsible. In addition, the couple reportedly agreed to share custody of their children. None of them object to this, which is good for the children. Gisele Bundchen doesn’t have to pay child support, only Tom Brady should.
Tom Brady is already paying child support
Tom Brady had a son with the actress Bridget Moynahan about 15 years ago he was called Jack and since then the QB has been paying child support. No specific amounts of how much Tom Brady pays for it have been revealed. However, he keeps a polite relationship with the mother of his first child. This means that everyone is happy with the arrangement. Everything that happens with Gisele Bundchen after signing the divorce papers will not be a problem.
The three children will inevitably go through a complicated period after the divorce of their parents. Couples divorce more regularly but being a child of divorce is even more difficult to live with when you are the child of a powerful couple. The level of scrutiny these children will receive is impossible to measure, they will need the full support of both parents during this troubling time.
Regarding the prenuptial, there has still not been a formal agreement on this subject. Gisele Bundchen has already been established as the top earner of the couple. His net worth is approx. $400 million versus Tom Brady’s $250 million net value. Prenuptial agreements generally do not address child support issues, which are completely separate.