Sophie Turner Asks Judge to 'Reactivate' Divorce Case with Joe Jonas

Jonas filed for divorce in September 2023 after four years of marriage

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Sophie Turner, Joe Jonas

Sophie Turner's legal team is asking a judge to "reactivate" her divorce case with estranged husband Joe Jonas.

In court documents obtained by PEOPLE on Monday, Turner, 28, and her attorneys filed paperwork in Miami-Dade County, Florida, stating “that the abatement has come to an end and this case is to be re-activated.”

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"The filing was a legal formality, and the couple continues to negotiate an amicable resolution," a rep for Jonas, 34, tells PEOPLE.

The former couple, who tied the knot in May 2019, had a temporary custody agreement in place for their children.

<p>Kevin Mazur/VF23/WireImage</p> Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Jonas, 34, filed for a dissolution of marriage from Turner in Miami in September 2023 after four years of marriage, claiming that "the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken."

They share two daughters: Willa, whom they welcomed in 2020 and Delphine, who was born in 2022.

Related: Joe Jonas Responds to Sophie Turner's Claim He's Withholding Daughters' Passports, Says It's 'Misleading'

The parents previously had an interim consent order in place that was established in October 2023 and set to remain in effect until January 2024.

This was to include mediation and also allow the children to travel to England and throughout the United States.

"After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend time equally in loving homes in both the U.S. and the UK. We look forward to being great co-parents," the former couple said in a joint statement in October.

A “status report letter" was also to be submitted before Dec. 23 before the next steps of their agreement would be finalized.

<p>Swan Gallet/WWD/Penske Media via Getty</p> Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, October 2022

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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, October 2022

Just after news of their divorce filing went public in September, Turner accused Jonas of withholding their children’s passports, which made them unable to travel to Turner’s home country of England.  As a result, she sued him for wrongful retention.

Court documents claimed that the former couple agreed to designate England as their "forever home" and were in the process of purchasing a home in the English countryside in April after they sold a residential property in Miami.

In January, the Game of Thrones actress dropped the "wrongful retention" claims against her estranged husband after an American judge approved the dismissal of the filing once both stars signed a consent plan that had recently been approved by a U.K. judge.

The couple agreed to have the filing dismissed "with prejudice, and without attorneys’ fees, expenses, costs and/or disbursements awarded to either party" after their parenting agreement in the U.K. was approved on Jan. 11.

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