The pair each filed for divorce in May, and have since made a series of allegations against one another.
"Yes, parties are dismissing divorce action and reconciling," Kroy's lawyer, Marlys Berstrom, tells ET.
TMZ was was first to obtain the documents and report the news about the former reality stars' divorce filing switcheroo.
The latest update comes just days after the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum and the former NFL player were spotted attending church with four of their kids: twins Kaia and Kane, 9, Kash, 10, and Kroy Jagger "KJ" Biermann, 12.
Brielle Biermann and Ariana Biermann, Kim's daughters from a previous relationship that Kroy has adopted, were not present for the outing.
The former reality TV stars each filed for divorce in May after 11 years of marriage, and made a series of allegations against one another. The divorce proceedings set forth a custody battle, and a back-and-forth over child support and spousal support.
The former Atlanta Falcons linebacker claimed that his reality star wife has a "very troubling" gambling problem and alleged that she punched him the day before they filed for divorce. He also filed docs requesting court-appointed guardians for his and Kim's children.
Kim and Kroy's relationship isn't the only drama for the couple at the moment, as they're also dealing with financial problems. Earlier this year, the couple's Georgia mansion, which was in foreclosure, was taken off the auction block.
Meanwhile, Kim claimed that she saw Kroy "smoking marijuana" and said that she has "serious concerns" for the safety and well-being of their children.
For more on Kim and Kroy's relationship, fans can read ET's full timeline of their divorce proceedings.