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RE: Property rights before dissolution (divorce) hearings

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  • Rex Judicata
    From: fritzcyber wrote, In an Arizona case now pending the respondent(mother) who presntly resides on the property (residence) is
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 5, 2005
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      From: "fritzcyber" <fritzcyber@...> wrote, "In an Arizona case now pending the respondent(mother) who presntly resides on the property (residence) is removing property (vehicle used for parts) without consent of the petitioner (father). Also removed another vehicle that was being restored without consent that belonged to another party (grandfather). The removal was done by the demands (coercion) of the mother by two of her minor sons as well as others unrelated. When pushed out into the street next door they were termed as abandoned vehicles and then used the local police to contract with towing company for removal. The language in the order (warning to defendant states ...."trespass upon or damage the property of, or commit any other disorderly conduct upon the Plantiff (petitioner) and:" Is there two gross violations here? One being the treatment of property before final court dissolution and dispersal of property. And two the use of minor children being coerced to assist in the removal of property using local police before dissolution by the court. Thanks Fritzcyber
       
      From your story, it sounds like the mother has intentionally dissipated assets that were premarital or marital. I don't know Arizona family law, but Florida prohibits the parties from dissipating assets. The mother could be found responsible for the value of the two vehicles, pending reliable expert testimony to determine the value of the vehicles. As to the children obeying their mother ---
       
      Rex

      "Hear now this, O foolish people, and without understanding; which have eyes, and see not; which have ears, and hear not." Jeremiah 5:21
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