For what reason Kelly Clarkson reached an agreement on her relationship with ex-husband Brandon Blackstock

There are reports from Hollywood that actors are going to separate from each other. Similar reports surfaced about many artists after Kim Kardashian. Now there is another news that Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce from her husband Brandon Blackstock in 2020. But now they have reached an agreement on Montana's farm ownership. And the agreement was going viral on social media. The agreement was signed on the ownership of Montana Farm. But this agreement is also now stuck in the middle.

Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce in 2020: In fact, Kelly Clarkson applied in June 2020 to separate from her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock. According to media reports, the former couple has reached an agreement on the ownership of their Montana farm. In their ongoing divorce battle, the voice judge had earlier appealed to the court to implement its earlier terms of the agreement, in which both sides are covering their own lawyer's fees as Blackstock was demanding 2 million for it.

The talk show host had also appealed to the court to return his last name to his first surname, Clarkson. The recent update in this fight is about the settlement of the ownership of his Warren Peak Farm in Montana. Kelly has signed 5.12 percent of Blackstock's ownership, which is about USD 900,000.

This development was the last installation in their divorce battle. In October, the court also ruled in Clarkson's favour with regard to their property rights, Brandon wanted a clean 50/50 percent of ownership on all assets and properties. The judge validated a pre-marital agreement that directs that all assets and assets with ownership were separated during the marriage.

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