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IN THE MATTER OF THE MARRIAGE OF KIM-LENE WILLIAMS AND ERIC LYLE WILLIAMS

vs.
TERA E. BELLEMARE Third Party Defendant

KAUFMAN COUNTY, TEXAS

86th JUDICIAL DISTRICT

PETITIONER'S FIRST AMENDED PETITION FOR DIVORCE AND THIRD-PARTY PETITION

TO THE HONORABLE JUDGE OF SAID COURT: COMES NOW, Kim-Lene Williams, Respondent herein, to file her First Amended Petition and Third-Party Petition against Tera E. Bellemare, Third-Party Defendant. Petitioner would respectfully show the Court the following:
1. Discovery Level

Discovery in this case is intended to be conducted under Level2 of Rule 190 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.
2.

Parties

This suit is brought by Kim-Lene Williams, Petitioner, who resides in Kaufman County, Texas. Eric Lyle Williams, Respondent, resides in Kaufman County, Texas, has made a general appearance herein, and may be served pursuant to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure ..
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Tera E. Bellemare ("Bellemare") is a resident of Tarrant County, Texas, residing at 8424 Shallow Creek Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76179 where she may be served with citation.
3. Domicile

Petitioner has been a domiciliary of the State of Texas for the preceding six-month period and a resident of this county for the preceding 90-day period.
4.

Service

Petitioner has made a general appearance herein and service upon him may be had pursuant to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. Tera E. Bellemare may be served at 8424 Shallow Creek Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76179.
5.
Protective Order Statement

No protective order under title 4 of the Texas Family Code in effect, and no application for a protective order is pending with regard to the parties to this suit.
6.
Marriage and Separation

The parties were married in 1996, and ceased to live together as husband and wife on or about April12, 2013.
7.

Grounds

The marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities between Petitioner and Respondent that destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation. Respondent is guilty of cruel treatment toward Petitioner of a nature that renders further living together insupportable.
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8.

Children of the Marriage


No children were born to or adopted by the Petitioner and Respondent and none are

expected.

Afarua/Propeny
Petitioner requests the Court to order a division of the estate of Petitioner and Respondent

in a manner that the Court deems just and right, as provided by law. Petitioner has separate property which should be set aside to her. Petitioner's separate property was used to acquire community property and Petitioner requests that said property be established as part separate and part community or that the community estate be required to reimburse the Petitioner's separate estate for its interest in said property.

10.

Separate Property
Petitioner owns certain separate property that is not part of the community estate of the

parties, and Petitioner requests the Court to confirm that separate property as Petitioner's separate property and estate.

11.

Reimbursement
Petitioner requests the Court to reimburse the community estate for funds or assets

expended by the community estate to benefit or enhance Respondent's separate estate. The community estate has not been adequately compensated for or benefited from the expenditure of those funds or assets, and a failure by the Court to allow reimbursement to the community estate will result in an unjust enrichment of Respondent's separate estate at the expense of the community estate.
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Petitioner requests the Court to reimburse Petitioner's separate estate for funds or assets expended by Petitioner's separate estate to benefit or enhance the community estate. Petitioner's separate estate has not been adequately compensated for or benefited from the expenditure of those funds or assets, and a failure by the Court to allow reimbursement to Petitioner's separate estate will result in an unjust enrichment ofthe community estate at the expense of Petitioner's separate estate.

12.

Equitable Interest
Petitioner requests the Court to award to the community estate an equitable interest equal

to the net amount of the enhancement in value of Respondent's separate property due to the financial contribution expended by the community estate to benefit or enhance that separate estate. Petitioner requests the Court to award to Petitioner's separate estate an equitable interest equal to the net amount of the enhancement in value of the community property due to the financial contribution expended by Petitioner's separate estate to benefit or enhance the community estate. Petitioner requests the Court to award to Petitioner's separate estate an equitable interest in the community property of the parties as a result of the use of Petitioner's separate property to discharge all or part of a debt on property owned by the community.
13. Claim Against Third-Party Defendant

Bellemare is the sister of Respondent and is alleged to hold his power of attorney. Bellemare has converted the separate property of Petitioner to her own use or possession and continues to convert said property on a monthly basis. Bellemare has taken possession of
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Petitioner's separate personal property. Bellemare is also in possession and control of Petitioner's disability benefits, which are also separate property, and refuses to tum those over to Petitioner or her attorney. Bellemare has also converted the parties community property to her control and possession and has used Petitioner's separate property or the parties' community property to make improvements to her home or her parents home. These conversions occurred in Kaufman County, Texas, and Bellemare refuses to account for any of her conversions. Petitioner requests a judgment against Bellemare in the amount of$100,000.00.

14.

Kaufman County Standing Order Regarding Cltildren, Property and Conduct oftlte Parties in Family Cases
Petitioner has attached a copy of the Kaufman County Standing Order Regarding

Children, Property and Conduct of the Parties and incorporates the same into this petition.

I 5.

Attorney's Fees and Expenses


It was necessary for Petitioner to secure the services of John A. Stewart, a licensed

attorney in the State of Texas, to prepare and prosecute this suit. To effect an equitable division ofthe estate of the parties, judgment for attorney's fees and expenses through final judgment after appeal should be granted against Respondent and in favor of Petitioner for the use and benefit of Petitioner's attorney.

/6.

Prayer
Petitioner prays that citation issue as required by law and that the Court grant a divorce

and such other relief requested in this petition. Petitioner prays for a judgment against Tera E. Bellemare in the amount of$100,000.00. Petitioner prays for attorney's fees, expenses and costs. Petitioner prays for general relief.
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Respectfully Submitted,

5454 La Sierra Drive, Suite 100 Dallas, Texas 75231 (214) 871-8710 (214) 871-0070 (Fax)

Certificate of Service
I hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the foregoing pleading has been served

upon the Respondent: Mr. Eric Williams Kaufman County Jail P. 0. Box 849 Kaufman, Texas75142 pursuant to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure on the 19th day of August, 2013.

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PROPERTY .\'10

ST.\:\DI;\G ORDER OF THE PARTIES IN

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'-'n parry ln tln..; law<>utt has tht1i 1micr Rather. lhls order a Nt!<:'r 1)!. the l(;wfm;m C1u:1ty D:stra:t ('.,wto; :mJ Ct)unty Court Jt Lsw that applies m <' ery s1ut and every ::>\Jil the reL11LiHhhlp ti!l;!d in Kawfrnan ( \1unty. Thl:' Dl'>tn.:t Court :md !he (nunty C1lUrts at Law of I..:..ttdinan have thss ,)rder hecause the pm:c.. and thc1r ..:hih.lrcn ,..hould be pmt::;.:cu and thc1r prnp\!'rt\ \\'htll:' rhe :aw .. uir penljin)( he-fore !he COUI1. rherdorc, It h. (Jf{[lERE{): .

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;;uhtct.s !loth p.artics arc ORDERED lo n.:fr.tin t'mm J<'tng che ti.Jtrno\ing tlt this

children'' hn an

I. Rcmnvmg the .:hi!tlrcn lhHn Stale of actmg dire.:tly or without the written a.greement of both parties or an order ofth1s Court.

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Dis.ruptms or \\oithdrawmg (he ..:h1ldrcn the :)Chonl dr day-care rac1lity \\'here the arc pn:scnrly enrolled, without the wnttrn agn:ement of both parent$, or an order of 1his r:ourl

J Hiding or secreting the children trom lhe .\!her parent ur .Jhmle. wtthoulthc \\Ttttcn agreement nfht1th parents or an order of tht:s Court.

the children's pl.a,;:c of

5.

Making disparagmg remarks about ecu:h oth1:r (Jr fhe lllher person'$ family members.

mduding. but llllt lim1leJ to, the chtldn:n' grandparents, aunts. uncles, or stepparents, tn the presence- or

\'-lth.n the hearmg of the ..:hlldr..."fl.

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relatrd to th('

fhS\:ussmg wilh the ch&ldren, nr with any nthe-r pcr!i.on Ill the presen\:e of the \)r the other party.

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7 If this an ongmal dJ\'orce a('1ton. :lllowmg ;m unrelated adult w1th whom the party an ml:matc or dallng rel:mons.h1p 10 rcmam in the same rt:mlcnce- w1th the children between the: huurs of f' m ..md 7:1)1) ;1 rn,

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3. Damaging or deslroymg the tangible property <lf one or hoth of the mdudmg arnJ dno:ument that represents or ..:mbodtcs anything of >-alue.
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that n:prcsents or

Tampering with the tangtblc: of nne or both ofth<" parties. including any U(lcumc:nts anythi."lg of value. and causing loss to the other party.

5. Set! mg. !ransfr:ning. assignmg. mortgagmg, encumbering. or in any other rnanner alzcnatlng any of the f'll'''pcrtY of l!llhcr party, whether personal property or rt"al eslate property. and whether separate of community. e.'tcept as :>pec1fically authori1.ed by th1s ordcr.

6. any indebtedness, o1hcr th:m legal expense in :.pecttically authonzcd by this ordc."t'.
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Making wlthdraw.lls from any checking or sa,ings account in any financml mstitunon for Jny
any sum of cash in etther party\ ur :subJcct to eilher party's

purpose. except as authontcd by lhis order.


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RECORDS I.V DWORCE.

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any \\Titln!! or record rda!ln.'!IO !he pr(perty of elfher pany

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li th1s 1s. a ,hvor.::e .;m;e, bvch parfu;:s m the marnage are ORDERDEIJ 10 retrain trom domg (he fc1llowmg a"ts:

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\VithcirJwtng M b-a)rTI.I\\ mg tn Jny manner 31! (lf an} part of ca)h !Jft of CJlr.er p.::trty. C.:XCCpt ;)5 'ipt:c:tica!Jy ;mlhtlril.Cd hy tJll'i l)f'der

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To rrtalce expenditures and incur indebtedness for rea:>onable and e.lpcnses far food, clothing, shelter, transportation and medical c:are.
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To make withdra..... als from accounts in financial institutions only for the purposes

aurhorized by this order.

SERVICE AND APPL/C.4TJON OF THIS ORDER.


me Petitioner shall attach a cop)' of this order ro the oriainal petition and to each copy of the petition. AI the time the petition is filed, if the Petitioner has failed to attach a copy of this order to the petition and any copy of the petition, tho Clerk shall ensure that a copy of this order is .1ttached to the petition and c\'ety copy of the petition presented.

This order is effective upon the filing of the originaJ petition and shall remain in full force and etfec:t as a temporary restrainins order for fourteen days after the date of the tiling of the original pc:titiotl. If no party contests this order by presenting evidence at a hearing on or before fourteen days after the date of the filing of the original petition. this order shall continue in full rorce and etTect u a temporary injunction until Alrther order of thia court. This entire order wiU terminate and will no longer bo effective w.hen the court sians a final order or the case is dismissed.
EFFECTOFOTHER COURT ORDERS.
If any part of this order is different from any part of a protective order that has already bec.n entered or i1 later entered. the proteaive order provisions pi'C\Iail. Any part of this order not by some later order in full force and effect until the court signs a final decree.

PARTIES ENCOURAGED TO MEDIATE.

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The patties are cncountgocf to settle their disputes amicably without court parties are cncouraJed to use altcmaUve dispute resolution methods. sucb u me ;ao the contlictJ thu may arise in this lawsuit. :- "' x:..,

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BOND WAIYED.
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Da\'id A. Lewis, Judge Kaufman County Court at Law No. 2

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