Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have called off their divorce. 

According to documents obtained by TMZ, Kardashian's lawyer went before a judge Wednesday morning asking for the couple's signed divorce papers to be dismissed.

The document also revealed Kardashian never legally ditched Odom's last name after the pair broke up. She is still named Khloe Kardashian Odom.

The reality star filed for divorce from Odom in December 2013 but the pair only signed the divorce papers this summer.

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Kardashian has been by Odom's side since the former NBA player was found in extremely critical condition Oct. 13 at the Love Ranch brothel in the rural community of Crystal, Nevada. He regained consciousness and communicated for the first time Friday.

Odom was transported by helicopter from Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas around 5 p.m. Monday, according to a statement from Alvina Alston, publicist for Odom's aunt JaNean Mercer. She did not say where he has been taken in Los Angeles.

The family statement thanked the hospital and Odom's fans and said his estranged wife, Khloe Kardashian, his father and his two children from a previous relationship are with him.

Kardashian released a statement on her website on Tuesday, breaking her silence on Odom's health.

"The past week has been incredibly difficult. I am so thankful to family, friends and fans, who have sent nothing but prayers and well wishes to Lamar. I also want to take a moment to thank everyone at Sunrise Hospital, including the amazing doctors and nurses for their kindness and diligent work. Under their amazing care, incredible strides have been made," she wrote. "You can never be prepared for an experience like this, but without the outpouring of love and endless prayers that Lamar has received and the strength I was given from my loved ones, it would have been difficult to endure. Thank you for your continued support. God is great!!!"

Kardashian's lawyer did not return FOX411's request for comment.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.