Sara’s Divorce Trial May Come Soon

Sara Evans and her estranged husband, Craig Schelske, may wind up in court for their divorce trial as early as December or January 2008.

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According to Nashville’s daily newspaper The Tennessean, neither party appeared in a Franklin, Tenn., court Tuesday, June 26, where their attorneys argued over when and if the case should be set for trial. Sara’s attorney, John Hollins Sr., has stated that Schelske does not want a divorce because he is being financially supported by his wife. “He hasn’t had a job since she signed with a record label,” Hollins told The Tennessean. The couple has gone to a mediator to work out certain terms of the divorce, but those issues have not been resolved. The court is scheduled to hear motions in the case July 10.

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