In the latest development in Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie's case, their families have struck a deal to split up the late couple’s belongings once they are released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Laundrie family lawyer Steve Bertolino said Thursday that an agreement in principle with respect to the "distribution of property between the two families has been reached,” reported New York Post. The two families had been fighting over how to split up the late couple’s belongings, which authorities seized as evidence following their deaths last year.

Bertolino said that he and Petito family attorney, Rick Stafford, had compiled a written agreement "to detail how the property" would be distributed. He added that the possessions included the notebook found with Laundrie when his body was discovered. Bertolino did not reveal which family would get hands on the notebook. The FBI indicated that answers related to questions about contents of the notebook, which was found in the swamp near his body along with other things, could be coming soon.

The revelation of the agreement on their property comes as Petito’s family met FBI agents in Tampa, according to Fox News. An FBI Denver spokesperson confirmed that the family of Petito met the FBI Thursday. The spokesperson added that the FBI will be soon "issuing a final statement" as their investigation will be "coming to a close in the near future."

North Port Police Department spokesperson Josh Taylor said that he was "unaware" of any developments in the case that would have led to the FBI closing it.

On Oct. 20, 2021, remains of Laundrie, 23, were found in Florida’s Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, which is in his hometown of North Port. He was a person of interest in Petito’s disappearance and death, and was considered a fugitive.

Laundrie and Petito, 22, left for a trip last June in her converted Ford Transit, with the plan to visit national parks. On Sept. 1, Laundrie got back in North Port with the van, but Petito wasn't with him. On Sept. 19, her body was found in a remote Wyoming campground, and an autopsy determined that she was strangled.

Meanwhile, the FBI concluded that Petito and Laundrie had no hand in the killing of a newlywed couple in Moab in late August 2021, reported The Salt Lake Tribune. Petito and Laundrie had been stopped by the Moab police due to a dispute on Aug. 12 before Crystal Turner and Kylen Schulte were found dead on Aug. 28. Based on the timing, initially it was speculated that the two cases might be connected.

A press release Thursday from the Grand County Sheriff’s Office stated that the two cases aren't connected. The FBI and Florida investigators made the conclusion on the basis of “electronic transmission evidence."

A memorial poster of Gabby Petito hangs on a fence A memorial poster of Gabby Petito hangs on a fence across the street from the funeral home where the memorial service for the murdered woman is being held, September 26, 2021 in Holbrook, Long Island, New York. Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images