Tuesday, June 8, 2010

June 14, 2006 - Melinda Signs Divorce Papers

  • February 1, 2006 Melinda was awarded child support for Trenton in the amount of $403 per month.
  • May 26, 2006 Melinda was awarded sole custody of Trenton and Josh was given visitation rights.
  • June 6, 2006 Melinda signed her Last Will and Testament.
  • June 14, 2006 Melinda signed her divorce papers.

  • When Melinda was awarded child support, Josh's FF myspace account was created.
  • When Melinda was awarded sole custody, Josh STOPPED paying child support.
  • When Carla Massero was served with the divorce papers and the contempt of court for non payment of child support on July 3, 2006, the threatening email was sent to Melinda from Josh's FF myspace account.
The divorce papers state that there was a property settlement agreement recorded in the Sumter County Records on July 24, 2006. This was in answer to the papers filed coinciding with the April 30, 2005 baker act, when Josh and Carla were pursuing custody of Trenton and child support to be paid to them by Melinda. Josh promised he would never seek custody of Trenton again. 

You will notice that there was a civil copy fee dated March 6, 2009. That was because Josh was trying to get some information to use in his 50% child custody suit against the mother of his other son. Apparently, he doesn't believe in paying child support.


Anonymous said...

Your blog is the perfect example of why Trenton Duckett is still missing. Sitting around pointing fingers and posting documents do not contribute in anyway to finding him. If the Eubanks would get off their asses and look for him instead of wasting time trying to make a profit by filing a lawsuit over the death of someone they disowned long ago, Trenton would have been found a long time ago.

Glenn's Cult? said...

And Anonymous you are the answer as to why there needs to be a blog like this. People afraid to show their face. I am not afraid to show mine. I am all the mothers like Melinda who had to deal with a nasty abusive man. I am all the mothers who have fought to keep the children safe, sometimes I succeed, sometimes I fail because the courts are too worried about father's rights.

I say we should worry more about the children and less about people like you who only care about their wallet.