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Husband gave our Jaguar away

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not2cleverRed

Obvious Observer
Can someone please explain this to me as it is next to impossible to reach the State's Attorney's Office. I'm attaching a synopsis and my question is how can he keep requesting a new court date? I know USCIS has contacted and requested a 2 year interview on his green card status. Maybe he's trying to put off adjudication on this matter so he doesn't get the kibosh if found guilty before having to attend his USCIS interview (2 year GC to 10). IDK

I have a trip planned for two weeks in February. I've asked the SAO to keep the dates I'll be gone in mind if it came to rescheduling. They made a note, but no promises. I just don't understand how someone can go back to court 2 times in 2 months for a disposition hearing and get a new court date each time.
WT, please remove your STBX's name and all other identifying info from your post.
 
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wt817

Junior Member
Hello again, I filed for divorce a few days ago. I now see the status says "Summons Issued And Returned To SHERIFF/Husband's name". What does that mean? Thank you all so much!!
 

Zigner

Senior Member, Non-Attorney
Hello again, I filed for divorce a few days ago. I now see the status says "Summons Issued And Returned To SHERIFF/Husband's name". What does that mean? Thank you all so much!!
You should ask the entity that was tasked with serving the papers.
 

zddoodah

Active Member
I now see the status says "Summons Issued And Returned To SHERIFF/Husband's name". What does that mean?
Where is it that you are "see[ing] [this] status"?

Are you represented by an attorney? If so, what did your attorney tell you when you caled/emailed him/her and posed this question?
 

wt817

Junior Member
Where is it that you are "see[ing] [this] status"?

Are you represented by an attorney? If so, what did your attorney tell you when you caled/emailed him/her and posed this question?

I am seeing it on the county's court website. No lawyer. If I had one, that is definitely where I'd have directed the question.
 

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