Charlie Sheen and his wife Brooke Mueller will move back into their Los Angeles home together after nearly six weeks of separation.
Brooke's attorney Yale Galanter told E! News that his client got "everything she wanted today" after the couple's Feb. 8 court date.
"Brooke's desire was to get the order modified so they could have contact and communicate because of their children," said Galanter. "Judge Boyd was gracious enough to grant that and now Charlie and Brooke are on their way back to L.A. to continue their lives."
The couple have not lived together since a temporary restraining order was put in place after Charlie's arrest for allegedly attacking his wife on Christmas Day.
"We need to give them a chance to be alone and catch up on everything that has happened over the last couple of months," Galanter said. "We'll see what happens."
The Two and a Half Men star was charged with third-degree assault and criminal mischief, both misdemeanors, and one count of felony menacing yesterday. He's due back in Aspen court for arraignment on March 15.
Galanter told E! that he does not know whether Brooke will accompany Charlie back to Colorado next month.
"I know based on the comments made in court today, Mr. Sheen is committed to doing counseling and I know Brooke is doing everything she can to be the best mom she can be," he said.
The couple are parents to twin sons Bob and Max, who will turn one the day before their father's arraignment.
"I know the kids are very well taken care of, better than most," Galanter assured us. "They're only 10 months old but they look great and they're doing great."
As for an inquiry made by child services in L.A. and Aspen, Galanter reiterated, "Those types of investigations when domestic-violence-related charges come up are very standard so it's nothing out of the ordinary."
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The attorney stressed that Brooke wants to return to normality.
"This girl has been through hell and back since December 25th," Galanter said. "The assault on the 25th, not being able to get the order modified, wisdom teeth surgery, an infection that went into her blood stream, develops pneumonia, then she just wants to get out and take a couple of days to herself and all these rumors start flying about drug rehab."
Charlie was allowed to see Brooke when she was hospitalized.
"She was thrilled to see him," Galanter told E! News. "When someone is as sick as she was, getting the dire prognosis she was, all the support she could get was well received."
Charlie moved back into their L.A. home to be with the kids after Brooke was released from the hospital.
She and her mother went to North Carolina to rest up at a secluded treatment facility, prompting the speculation that she was in rehab.
"They did a lot of pilates, a lot of yoga, massages, ate well," Galanter said. I think she feels much better, she looks great. She has that healthy glow about her and is doing really well."