Q: We agreed to sell the house in Moline at the time if the divorce,(08/09/2012). Need house sold and back rent.
We agreed to sell the house property in Moline at the time if the divorce,(08/09/2012). Included was a clause in the divorce degree that he would pay me rent if home wan NOT sold with in a 2 year period, by 08/09/2014. He has not sold the home or paid me any rent. He is still residing in the home and cohabiting with another women but not married. I need help with getting the home sold as agreed upon in divorce degree and back rent from 2014, the years he did not sell the home. The home is in both our names. 1128 11th Street Moline Il., 61265
Thank you for your help, I am now residing in Escondido CA.
21655 Deer Grass Dr.
Escondido, CA 92029
Alan W. Maitlen
1128 11th Street
Moline Il 61265
1 (309) 269-3662
Your Best Wealth is Health, Cindy Maitlen
A: You need to file a Petition for Rule to Show Cause as to why he should not be held in contempt of court for violating the judgment. There are two issues . The first is that he failed to sell the house within the two year period. The second is that he failed to pay you the rent. This pleading should be filed in the county in Illinois that the judgment was entered in, assuming it was not domesticated in CA.
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