Frances Bean Cobain to Pay $48,000 in Temporary Spousal Support During Divorce Proceedings

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It looks like Frances Bean Cobain's brief marriage to musician Isaiah Silva is going to cost her a rather hefty sum.

The 24-year-old daughter of late rock star Kurt Cobain has been ordered to pay her estranged husband over $48,000 while they settle their divorce, according to court documents obtained by ET.

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A judge with the Los Angeles Superior Court finalized an agreement between the two parties, obligating Cobain to pay Silva $12,000 a month for the next four months as temporary spousal support. She will also have to pay $15,000 to cover his attorney fees.

As for Silva, he was ordered to vacate the former couple's shared Los Angeles residence as of Sept. 18. The two were also ordered to seek out mediation to help them resolve their divorce.

Cobain filed for divorce from Silva in March, after less than two years of marriage. In August, Silva requested $300,000 a year in alimony.

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Divorce documents obtained by ET state that Cobain was open to paying spousal support, but was adamant about protecting her father's estate, reportedly valued at approximately $450 million.

Silva, 31, formerly a member of California rock band The Eeries, claimed that he had put his career on hold to focus on his marriage, which was one of many reasons he was requesting $25,000 a month in support. Check out the video below to hear more about the contentious litigation.

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