The two married in February 2008 and separated in July 2009. Siegel, a record company executive, filed for divorce in September 2009. He and Rossum, 24, have no children.
The $57,000 the actress was ordered to pay is intended to equalize the value of the former couple's divided property. Siegel will be able to keep his Mercedes vehicle as well as an $11,200 security deposit on a Los Angeles home, according to court documents. He will not receive spousal support.
Rossum will be able to keep her Beverly Hills home, which is worth at least $1.5 million, as well as her clothing and jewelry. Both will be able to keep their personal clothing and jewelry, as well as furniture currently in their possession.
Rossum also underwent another breakup recently - she and Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz, 46, split around September. They began dating a year ago - shortly after Siegel filed for divorce.
Rossum will return to acting with the upcoming Showtime series, "Shameless," in which she plays the oldest daughter of a narcissistic alcoholic single dad, portrayed by William H. Macy. "Shameless" will premiere on January 9 on Showtime.