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Unformatted text preview: and complaint filed by Monarch-Sierra Insurance Company." "Oh yes. I remember those boys." He passed it to Sandy, whose hands were now full while the Sheriff's were empty. "Sorry, Patrick," Sweeney said. "Is that all?" "For now. I'll stop by the clerk's office in town to see if any more suits have been filed." "Send 'em over. Sandy here works fast." They shook hands, this time without the intrusion of cuffs, and the Sheriff left. "I always liked Raymond," Patrick said, hands on hips, slowly bending at the knees. He made it halfway down before stopping and easing up. "A long way to go, Sandy. I'm bruised to the bone." "Great. Helps our lawsuit." Sandy flipped through the papers. "Seems Trudy is really upset with you. She wants you out of her life." "I've tried my best. What are the grounds?" "Abandonment and desertion. Mental cruelty." "Poor thing." "Are you planning to contest it?" "Depends on what she wants." Generated by ABC Amber LIT Converter, http://www.processtext.com/abclit.html Sandy flipped another page. "Well, just scanning here, it appears she wants a divorce, full custody of the child with the termination of all your parental rights, including the right of visitation, all real and personal property jointly owned at the time of your disappearance-that's what she's calling it, your disappearance -plus, oh yes, here it is, a fair and reasonable percentage of the assets you may have acquired since your disappearance." "Surprise, surprise." "That's all she wants, for now anyway." "I'll give her the divorce, Sandy, and gladly. But it won't be as easy as she thinks." "What do you have in mind?" "We'll talk about it later. I'm tired." "We have to talk sometime, Patrick. Whether you realize it or not, we have many things to discuss." "Later. I need to rest now. Mo...
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2010 for the course LIT 301 taught by Professor Dra during the Spring '10 term at American College of Computer & Information Sciences.
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