Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin suspend their divorce proceedings in an effort to “resolve all difficulties.”

The divorce proceedings between Sylvester Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin have been suspended and they have decided to reconnect.

According to court documents obtained by the Palm Beach (Florida) Post, a part of the USA TODAY Network, an order for abatement was issued in the Palm Beach County Circuit Court on September 23, almost one month after Flavin commenced divorce proceedings. She described the couple’s 25-year marriage as irretrievably broken at the time.

“The Parties agree that it is in the best interests of each of them individually, and more importantly collectively as a family, to resolve all issues attendant to the dissolution of their marriage in a dignified, amicable and private manner out-of-court,” the court filing said

Circuit Judge Darren Shull agreed to suspend the divorce procedures, allowing either side to revive them if they are unable to overcome their differences.

The USA TODAY has contacted Stallone’s agents for additional comment.
People and Entertainment Tonight revealed photographs showing Stallone and Flavine walking hand-in-hand in New York City on Thursday. The couple’s public appearance occurs approximately one month after Flavin filed for divorce and two weeks after they declared they were reconciling.

People reports that both Stallone and Flavin were wearing their wedding bands. In this Entertainment Tonight photograph, Flavin can be seen putting a kiss on Stallone’s face.

Stallone’s representative, Michelle Bega, issued a statement to USA Today in August via Stallone’s representative “The “Rocky” actor declared, “I adore my family. These personal matters are being discussed calmly and in private.”

In her initial petition for divorce, Flavin accused Stallone of squandering marital funds on purpose, which the star disputed.

The paper indicated that Flavin wanted to be “paid and made whole by receiving an unequal division of marital assets in her favor.” According to court documents, Flavin also wanted exclusive use of the December 2020-purchased Palm Beach mansion during the current divorce procedures.