Due to outstanding debt left as part of settlement between former football player Deion Sanders and his ex-wife Pilar, Sanders may lose his mansion in Texas.
Sanders' divorce included a provision to pay the legal fees of his ex-wife. Her attorney claims that Sanders is not paying the $275,000 that is owed. The couple divorced last June.
As part of signing a divorce decree, both parties are required to follow all conditions noted in the decree. It is a legally binding document.
Documentation has been provided that shows the attorney had made attempts to obtain the owed wages, and Sanders had been noncompliant with the order.
A lien has been filed in Collin County on Sander's mansion in Prosper, Texas. A lien is a legal action taken by a creditor that secures possession of a property until a debt has been paid off. If Sanders does not pay the legal fee of the attorney, the property could be sold as payment.
Both Sanders and his ex-wife still currently live at the property with their children. Sanders refuses to leave the property due to its spacious arrangements and because it is a haven for the former couple's children.
If you have gone through a divorce and your former spouse is refusing to follow the divorce decree, you have a legal right to get what is owed to you.Contact the family law attorneys at Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC to collect what is yours today!