Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley agrees to divorce settlement

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AL gov confirms divorce settlement, asks court to unseal records Bentley said he had asked for the records of the divorce case to be unsealed, though it remained off-limits as of Monday afternoon. “The last four weeks have been a very difficult time for my family and for our state,” Gov. Divorce papers were served hours later. (Source: WSFA 12 News) Alabama Governor Robert Bentley and his estranged wife, First Lady Dianne Bentley, filed a divorce settlement with the Court Monday, confirms the governor’s office.

The Dynamite Hill – Smithfield Community Land Trust would help to preserve the significance of the Dynamite Hill area for black people in Birmingham. “On a more practical level, and in terms of the success of this endeavor, please donate. The school, for students in kindergarten through eighth, was built after Alberta Elementary School was destroyed by the April 27, 2011 tornado. staff photo | Michelle Lepianka Carter Alabama Gov. Our donations range from one dollar all the way to a thousand dollars, so everyone can participate in this movement.” Dynamite Hill earned the name due to the rash of bombings and attacks aimed at black families and civil rights activists in the area in the 1960’s. After a 34-to-nothing shutout of Louisiana-Monroe Saturday, the thirteenth ranked Alabama football team gets back to Southeastern Conference play this weekend. I am truly blessed and deeply honored to serve as your governor.” Dianne Bentley, in her divorce filing, asked for possession of the couple’s homes in Tuscaloosa and Fort Morgan, alimony and a division of other assets. “Plaintiff states that there is such a complete incompatibility of temperament that the parties can no longer live together.

Bentley filed for divorce on August 28 saying the marriage had suffered an “irretrievable breakdown” and cited “complete incompatibility of temperament” in the filing. That there exists a conflict of personalities which destroys the legitimate aims of matrimony and all possibilities of reconciliation are futile,” Dianne Bentley’s attorney L. But now all focus is on this weekend’s game against the Bulldogs… “This will be a much bigger challenge, you know, for them playing on the road and playing, you know one of the better teams in the country, if not, one of the best. The motion said the governor “holds a prominent office in the state of Alabama, and it would be in the parties’ best interest that the public not be able to access the record in this divorce action.”

While the divorce filing said the Bentleys had been separated since January, the couple continued to travel together and made appearances at public events. I’ve been pleased with the way they practiced and the way they’ve tried to prepare.” Alabama and Georgia last met in 2012 with the Crimson Tide defeating the Bulldogs 32-to-28. Specifically, whether there are any allegations of infidelity while the governor was on state business, whether there was any misuse of state funds or whether there was a misuse of Bentley’s position as governor.

State representative Allen Farley filed paperwork with the attorney general’s office to look into allegations that the governor used state funds to cover up actions which led to Dianne Bentley filing for divorce. The governor responded to the motion during an appearance in Birmingham, saying he doubted the media outlets would be successful in unsealing the records. When Bentley, a legislator from Tuscaloosa, launched his longshot bid for governor in 2010, his wife said at the time she was not excited at the prospect of being a politician’s wife, but grew to love visiting the state’s small towns. “I’m just a very shy person. The first couple, or their public relations staff, traded anniversary well wishes via their official social media accounts. “Today @FirstLadyDB and I celebrate another wonderful year of marriage.

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