Three months after Maren Morris filed for divorce from her husband of five years, singer/songwriter Ryan Hurd, the couple have reached an agreement. According to People magazine, the former couple reached an accord on all issues regarding their divorce, with the two signing the notarized papers on Dec. 28 and Jan. 4, respectively, according to documents reviewed by the magazine.
At press time spokespeople for Morris and Hurd had not returned Billboard‘s request for comment.
Though the split is still pending until a judge signs off, the papers reportedly find Morris, 33, and Hurd, 37, dividing up their assets based on a property settlement agreement and a prenup they signed in Feb. 2018, which was amended in Oct. 2022. The couple also reportedly reached agreement on plans to evenly split time with their three-and-a-half-year-old son, Hayes Andrew, with Morris set to pay Hurd $2,100 a month in child support. The filing also reportedly noted that both Morris and Hurd had successfully completed a parenting seminar as required by Davidson County for all divorce cases involving a child.
Morris filed for divorce from Hurd in an Oct. 2 complaint in Tennessee state court, noting that the couple were “unable to live together successfully as husband and wife” and were “experiencing irreconcilable differences in their marriage.” Morris and Hurd got married on March 24, 2018 in Nashville and welcomed their son on March 23, 2020.
Before their split, the two collaborated on songs including the 2021 duet, “Chasing After You,” which hit No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100. They also co-wrote “Circles Around This Town” and “The Furthest Thing” from Morris’ 2022 Humble Quest album, as well as “All My Favorite People” from her 2018 GIRL LP and “Pass It On” from Hurd’s 2021 Pelago album.
Morris appeared to confirm the divorce settlement last month when she posted a TikTok video in which “The Middle” singer belted out the hook to Tammy Wynette’s iconic 1968 anthem “D-I-V-O-R-C-E,” singing “our D-I-V-O-R-C-E becomes final today.”