Joe Jonas has taken a significant step towards an amicable resolution with Sophie Turner in their divorce case. Recent reports suggest that Joe Jonas has formally requested the dismissal of the divorce case he had initially initiated against Sophie Turner.

This decision comes after four days of intensive mediation between the American singer and the actor, as reported by Page Six. During these mediation sessions, they managed to reach a temporary agreement regarding the custody of their two daughters.

Court records from October 11 confirm that Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, who tied the knot in 2019, have established a temporary child custody arrangement. Additionally, Jonas has taken steps to drop his divorce case, which was originally filed in Miami.

The couple has not only managed to reach "many agreements" but also worked out a temporary custody plan for their two daughters, who are aged one and three. As per the court order, both Sophie and Joe will alternate custody of their children for periods ranging from one and a half to three weeks until January 7.

According to this arrangement, their children will take turns residing with each parent. For instance, the daughters will stay with 'Game of Thrones' actress Sophie from October 9 to October 21 and then switch to Joe from October 21 to November 2. The holiday season will be divided, with the children spending Thanksgiving with their father and celebrating Christmas and New Year's with their mother. Furthermore, the agreement allows both parents to travel with their children within the United States and the UK during their respective custody periods. There is also a requirement for both parents to submit a 'status report letter' by December 23, updating the state of the mediation process.

It's worth noting that this development follows a lawsuit initiated by Sophie, in which she sought the return of their daughters to the UK. The lawsuit alleged that Joe had withheld their passports and kept the children away from their 'habitual residence' in the UK. The court documents also stated that the couple had made England their permanent residence in April 2023, with the intention of their children attending school there.

Joe and Sophie are currently navigating the complexities of a divorce after four years of marriage. Joe filed for divorce earlier in the same month, citing their relationship as "irretrievably broken."