Raymond Roth, 47 years old, has been arrested. He was introduced in the news as a man who staged his own death and then later discovered alive when he was stopped for speeding in South Carolina only a few days later. He has most recently been arrested at a hospital where he was recovering for psychiatric treatment. The reason for the arrest is because he calls his wife Evana repeatedly even though she filed a restraining order against her husband. After posting $100,000 bail in bail he still telephoned his wife, despite a court order which prohibited him from doing so. Evana’s lawyer, Leonard Leeds stated, “She went from mourning him to fearing him.” Raymond’s son, Jonathan, who is 22 years old was also arrested last week since he allegedly conspired with his father to get more than $50,000 in life insurance money. Read more
Under New York Domestic Relations law section § 170, fault grounds for divorce include cruel and inhuman treatment, abandonment for one or more years, imprisonment for three or more years, and adultery. The other two grounds enable a divorce to be obtained on a no fault basis, meaning neither spouse will be judged to be at fault. These grounds include one year of living apart under a separation judgment granted by a Court, or under a separation agreement signed by the parties.
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