Maren Morris has officially concluded her divorce from Ryan Hurd, just three months after initially filing for the separation.
A judge in Nashville officially concluded the separation of the country music couple, who exchanged vows in 2018, as indicated by documents acquired by PEOPLE on Tuesday.
The finalization follows Morris's filing for divorce three months earlier on October 2, citing irreconcilable differences.
The Girl crooner originally filed for divorce from Hurd on October 2, citing irreconcilable differences and indicating the date of separation as the filing day.
Subsequently, in January, the ex-couple finalized an agreement resolving all aspects of their divorce. Morris, 33, and Hurd, 37, distributed their assets according to a property settlement agreement and a prenuptial agreement signed in February 2018 and later amended in October 2022.
They reached a consensus on a parenting arrangement, ensuring an equal division of time with their 3½-year-old son, Hayes Andrew.
As part of the agreement, Morris will provide Hurd with monthly child support payments amounting to $2,100.
They fulfilled the mandatory parenting seminar, a prerequisite for all divorce cases involving children in Davidson County.
The divorce follows Maren Morris' posting a TikTok video in December, featuring her rendition of Tammy Wynette's country classic D-I-V-O-R-C-E, incorporating the lyrics, "Our D-I-V-O-R-C-E becomes final today."
Additionally, Morris stitched a snippet from a wedding ceremony where the groom conveyed to the bride, “I promise to smack that ass every chance I get.”
The clip had the words, “I would have been a runaway bride,” written over the top.
For the unversed, Morris and Hurd initially crossed paths in 2013 during a collaborative songwriting session for Tim McGraw.
Following almost three years of dating, they exchanged vows and got married in Nashville in March 2018.