Sophie Turner's legal team have asked a judge to 'reactivate' her and Joe Jonas' divorce proceedings

'Game of Thrones' star Sophie Turner and her attorneys are said to have filed documents asking for her and estranged husband Joe Jonas' divorce case to be "reactivated".



Sophie Turner's legal team have asked a judge to "reactivate" her and estranged husband Joe Jonas' divorce proceedings.

The former couple - who have children Willa, three, and 20-month-old Delphine, together - haven't managed to reach a settlement in their marriage split and the abatement has now ended.

According to court paperwork obtained by PEOPLE, the 'Game of Thrones' actress and her attorneys filed documents in Miami-Dade County, Florida, stating: "The abatement has come to an end and this case is to be re-activated."

The pair are said to have had a temporary custody agreement in place for their children.

According to TMZ, Sophie and Jonas Brothers singer Joe, 34, had attempted to reach a property and child custody settlement via mediation, but the talks broke down.

Joe initially filed for divorce from Sophie in September 2023 after four years of marriage.

Since then, Sophie made child abduction claims against her estranged spouse, but they have since been dropped.

The 'Do Revenge' star filed a lawsuit against Joe in September and requested to secure "the immediate return of children wrongfully removed or wrongfully retained", according to court documents.

Sophie had alleged in her September filing that Joe started the "wrongful retention" of their kids on the 20th of that month.

She added they agreed during Christmas 2022 they would make Britain their “forever home” and start looking for schools for their oldest daughter.

Joe then claimed British-born Sophie withheld their daughters’ passports so they couldn’t leave America, but he denied he ever “abducted” their girls.

His representative said at the time: “Less than 24 hours later, Sophie advised that she wanted to take the children permanently to the UK.

“Thereafter, she demanded via this filing that Joe hand over the children’s passports so that she could take them out of the country immediately.

“This is an unfortunate legal disagreement about a marriage that is sadly ending.

“When language like ‘abduction’ is used, it is misleading at best, and a serious abuse of the legal system at worst.”