Sophie Turner Seeks Divorce Reactivation with Joe Jonas

Sophie Turner moves to renew legal proceedings against Joe Jonas.

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Sophie Turner Seeks Divorce Reactivation with Joe Jonas
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Sophie Turner is taking steps to bring her divorce proceedings with Joe Jonas back to the forefront. Legal documents that were recently made available to PEOPLE magazine reveal that Turner, 28, alongside her legal team, has initiated a motion in Miami-Dade County, Florida, to revive their divorce case.

According to these documents, the pause on their case has concluded, prompting a call for its reactivation. Despite reaching out, Joe Jonas, 34, has yet to make any public remarks regarding this new development. The couple, who exchanged vows in May 2019, had previously established a temporary arrangement concerning the custody of their children.

In a notable appearance at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in 2023, the duo, still together at the time, captured public attention. However, the harmony was short-lived as Jonas, in September 2023, sought to legally end their marriage of four years in Miami, citing an irreconcilable breakdown.

Co-Parenting Agreement Reached

Together, Turner and Jonas are parents to two daughters: Willa, born in 2020, and Delphine, who arrived in 2022. Following Jonas's divorce filing, there was an interim agreement put in place by October 2023, designed to last until January 2024.

This agreement facilitated mediation and allowed their children to travel freely between England and the United States. Following a mediation deemed productive and successful by both parties, they issued a joint statement in October, expressing their commitment to sharing their children's time equally between their homes in the U.S.

and the U.K., aiming to excel in co-parenting. The dissolution of their marriage took a dramatic turn when Turner accused Jonas of retaining their children's passports, preventing them from traveling to her native England.

This accusation led Turner to file a lawsuit for wrongful retention. However, the contention was resolved in January when Turner withdrew her claims following the approval of a consent plan by both American and U.K. judges, leading to an amicable agreement on their co-parenting arrangement.

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