Maren Morris To Pay $2,100 Per Month In Child Support To Ryan Hurd In Divorce Settlement

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The soon-to-be-ex couple seems to have come to an agreement.

Last fall, Maren Morris filed for divorce from her husband, fellow singer and songwriter Ryan Hurd. The split came shortly after Hurd took to social media to defend his wife amid criticism she was receiving after announcing that she would be leaving country music (which she’s since walked back and claimed she never said).

Well it seems that Maren and Hurd have reached an agreement and are ready to finalize the divorce.

In a proposed agreement filed with the court this week, Morris and Hurd agreed to split all property pursuant to a property settlement agreement, as well as a prenup that was signed in February 2018 when the couple married and amended in October 2022.

The agreement would parenting time evenly for their 3 year old son, Hayes Andrew. And Maren will also pay Ryan Hurd $2,100 per month in child support.

A judge still has to sign off on the proposed agreement before the divorce can be finalized.

Maren recently discussed her split from Hurd during an appearance on The Howard Stern Show, saying that she wanted to get the divorce finalized before she started dating again:

“I would like this to sort of wrap up. I don’t have the headspace for that yet. But I’m writing so much right now. That’s kind of been my way of dating, is just through song.”

In filing for divorce, Maren cited “irreconcilable differences” as reason for split. But a report from Life & Style Magazine cited an inside source in reporting that problems may have arisen between the two after Maren’s public statements began impacting her husband’s songwriting career:

“All he wanted to do was write music, but some of the people Ryan writes with are people Maren has made mad, and it caused a huge problem between them.”

Either way, sounds like they’re ready to go their separate ways and move on with their lives.

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