Access Hollywood has learned that lawyers for Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards have announced that the warring couple has “amicably resolved” all their issues before the court.
A child-custody hearing scheduled for Sept. 12 will not be held.
Richards filed for divorce from Sheen in March 2005 after three years of marriage. The couple seemed to have reconciled after the birth of their second daughter, Lola, last year, but in January, they filed legal papers asking a private arbitrator to handle their divorce.
Sheen was ordered to stay at least 300 feet from his estranged wife and their daughters, 2-year-old Sam and 11-month-old Lola, except during supervised visits.
Richards alleged in court papers that Sheen pushed her, shoved her, and threatened her and her parents. The papers also include transcriptions of phone messages Richards said Sheen left in April 2005.
Sheen, 40, denied the allegations.