Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Under: Orders-09 PT 2
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't involve me.

Pieces: How did you intend to pay for the wedding to begin with, if you were to have married? You begin with a down payment and then eventually work out a plan afterwards to pay what was spent.

Josh: I paid for some of the wedding myself as did Madlee and I just figured since we were both in this thing together we would pay it off together.

Pieces: Honestly, Josh didn't you expect some debt to occur as a result of this according to these documents you spent money without a budget not a very wise decision?

Josh: Yes, but I, I thought with the two of us we could pay it off much quicker.

Pieces: The debt that you are in was it from a loan, family or credit?

Josh: We didn't want any help from our families. Madlee and I were going to do it on our own. We had already spent and paid for $30,000 of it and had begun to charge the rest.

Pieces: Which came out to another $30,000. Since she has already paid her share of the other $30,000 she don't owe you no $60,000. So where did you come up with that amount, is thia an embarassment fee you've decided to add on? I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Josh was jilted by his former fiance Madlee.  He and his former fiance used credit cards to pay for the remainder of the wedding. the credit cards were in his name, therefore making Josh responsible. However to a creditor josh knowingly allowed those charges to be placed on his credit card, so he will not win an agrument with the credit card companies in regard to him wanting his former fiance to to be held liable for payment. Since the breakup was the day of the wedding josh was unable to get any return from the vendor, photographer, club ect. There was no agreement set between the two of them as to who would pay for the remainder of the wedding. Josh will probaby be doing more hours at the office to pay for the expenses he allowed to be charged to his credit card. Which is probably not a bad idea because now he has no new bride to come home to. Working long hours will make Josh examine how he handles money and credit in the future. This includes his choice of women.

Pieces: Were there any signs that your former fiance did not want to get married?

Josh: I thought you made a decision.

Pieces: Don't sas me, this is my courtroom !

Josh: No, although right before the wedding she had gotten very busy with her job so I was unable to talk to her at times. But to answer your question, there were no other signs. I just wished she would have told me sooner, I could have gotten some of the money back.

Pieces: You overlooked the most expensive call....Do hear this, you give your fiance a $15,000 engagement ring that she still has in her posession. And you still have $3,000 worth of wedding bands you ain't cashed in yet. My question to you is how long are you going to play this one out? Please release your burden- this is just a small price for now! And er-- with regard to payment for the wedding this should cancel out what was owed by your former fiance.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Madlee Josh's former finace return the engagement ring to pay off the wedding debt.

Dated: July 1, 2009                               A. Sadiq                          
                                                           On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-09 PT 2 



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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Under: Orders-09 PT 2
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't involve me.

Pieces: How did you intend to pay for the wedding to begin with, if you were to have married? You begin with a down payment and then eventually work out a plan afterwards to pay what was spent.

Josh: I paid for some of the wedding myself as did Madlee and I just figured since we were both in this thing together we would pay it off together.

Pieces: Honestly, Josh didn't you expect some debt to occur as a result of this according to these documents you spent money without a budget not a very wise decision?

Josh: Yes, but I, I thought with the two of us we could pay it off much quicker.

Pieces: The debt that you are in was it from a loan, family or credit?

Josh: We didn't want any help from our families. Madlee and I were going to do it on our own. We had already spent and paid for $30,000 of it and had begun to charge the rest.

Pieces: Which came out to another $30,000. Since she has already paid her share of the other $30,000 she don't owe you no $60,000. So where did you come up with that amount, is thia an embarassment fee you've decided to add on? I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Josh was jilted by his former fiance Madlee.  He and his former fiance used credit cards to pay for the remainder of the wedding. the credit cards were in his name, therefore making Josh responsible. However to a creditor josh knowingly allowed those charges to be placed on his credit card, so he will not win an agrument with the credit card companies in regard to him wanting his former fiance to to be held liable for payment. Since the breakup was the day of the wedding josh was unable to get any return from the vendor, photographer, club ect. There was no agreement set between the two of them as to who would pay for the remainder of the wedding. Josh will probaby be doing more hours at the office to pay for the expenses he allowed to be charged to his credit card. Which is probably not a bad idea because now he has no new bride to come home to. Working long hours will make Josh examine how he handles money and credit in the future. This includes his choice of women.

Pieces: Were there any signs that your former fiance did not want to get married?

Josh: I thought you made a decision.

Pieces: Don't sas me, this is my courtroom !

Josh: No, although right before the wedding she had gotten very busy with her job so I was unable to talk to her at times. But to answer your question, there were no other signs. I just wished she would have told me sooner, I could have gotten some of the money back.

Pieces: You overlooked the most expensive call....Do hear this, you give your fiance a $15,000 engagement ring that she still has in her posession. And you still have $3,000 worth of wedding bands you ain't cashed in yet. My question to you is how long are you going to play this one out? Please release your burden- this is just a small price for now! And er-- with regard to payment for the wedding this should cancel out what was owed by your former fiance.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Madlee Josh's former finace return the engagement ring to pay off the wedding debt.

Dated: July 1, 2009                               A. Sadiq                          
                                                           On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-09 PT 2 



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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Under: Orders-09 PT 2
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't involve me.

Pieces: How did you intend to pay for the wedding to begin with, if you were to have married? You begin with a down payment and then eventually work out a plan afterwards to pay what was spent.

Josh: I paid for some of the wedding myself as did Madlee and I just figured since we were both in this thing together we would pay it off together.

Pieces: Honestly, Josh didn't you expect some debt to occur as a result of this according to these documents you spent money without a budget not a very wise decision?

Josh: Yes, but I, I thought with the two of us we could pay it off much quicker.

Pieces: The debt that you are in was it from a loan, family or credit?

Josh: We didn't want any help from our families. Madlee and I were going to do it on our own. We had already spent and paid for $30,000 of it and had begun to charge the rest.

Pieces: Which came out to another $30,000. Since she has already paid her share of the other $30,000 she don't owe you no $60,000. So where did you come up with that amount, is thia an embarassment fee you've decided to add on? I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Josh was jilted by his former fiance Madlee.  He and his former fiance used credit cards to pay for the remainder of the wedding. the credit cards were in his name, therefore making Josh responsible. However to a creditor josh knowingly allowed those charges to be placed on his credit card, so he will not win an agrument with the credit card companies in regard to him wanting his former fiance to to be held liable for payment. Since the breakup was the day of the wedding josh was unable to get any return from the vendor, photographer, club ect. There was no agreement set between the two of them as to who would pay for the remainder of the wedding. Josh will probaby be doing more hours at the office to pay for the expenses he allowed to be charged to his credit card. Which is probably not a bad idea because now he has no new bride to come home to. Working long hours will make Josh examine how he handles money and credit in the future. This includes his choice of women.

Pieces: Were there any signs that your former fiance did not want to get married?

Josh: I thought you made a decision.

Pieces: Don't sas me, this is my courtroom !

Josh: No, although right before the wedding she had gotten very busy with her job so I was unable to talk to her at times. But to answer your question, there were no other signs. I just wished she would have told me sooner, I could have gotten some of the money back.

Pieces: You overlooked the most expensive call....Do hear this, you give your fiance a $15,000 engagement ring that she still has in her posession. And you still have $3,000 worth of wedding bands you ain't cashed in yet. My question to you is how long are you going to play this one out? Please release your burden- this is just a small price for now! And er-- with regard to payment for the wedding this should cancel out what was owed by your former fiance.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Madlee Josh's former finace return the engagement ring to pay off the wedding debt.

Dated: July 1, 2009                               A. Sadiq                          
                                                           On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-09 PT 2 



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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Under: Orders-09 PT 2
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't involve me.

Pieces: How did you intend to pay for the wedding to begin with, if you were to have married? You begin with a down payment and then eventually work out a plan afterwards to pay what was spent.

Josh: I paid for some of the wedding myself as did Madlee and I just figured since we were both in this thing together we would pay it off together.

Pieces: Honestly, Josh didn't you expect some debt to occur as a result of this according to these documents you spent money without a budget not a very wise decision?

Josh: Yes, but I, I thought with the two of us we could pay it off much quicker.

Pieces: The debt that you are in was it from a loan, family or credit?

Josh: We didn't want any help from our families. Madlee and I were going to do it on our own. We had already spent and paid for $30,000 of it and had begun to charge the rest.

Pieces: Which came out to another $30,000. Since she has already paid her share of the other $30,000 she don't owe you no $60,000. So where did you come up with that amount, is thia an embarassment fee you've decided to add on? I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Josh was jilted by his former fiance Madlee.  He and his former fiance used credit cards to pay for the remainder of the wedding. the credit cards were in his name, therefore making Josh responsible. However to a creditor josh knowingly allowed those charges to be placed on his credit card, so he will not win an agrument with the credit card companies in regard to him wanting his former fiance to to be held liable for payment. Since the breakup was the day of the wedding josh was unable to get any return from the vendor, photographer, club ect. There was no agreement set between the two of them as to who would pay for the remainder of the wedding. Josh will probaby be doing more hours at the office to pay for the expenses he allowed to be charged to his credit card. Which is probably not a bad idea because now he has no new bride to come home to. Working long hours will make Josh examine how he handles money and credit in the future. This includes his choice of women.

Pieces: Were there any signs that your former fiance did not want to get married?

Josh: I thought you made a decision.

Pieces: Don't sas me, this is my courtroom !

Josh: No, although right before the wedding she had gotten very busy with her job so I was unable to talk to her at times. But to answer your question, there were no other signs. I just wished she would have told me sooner, I could have gotten some of the money back.

Pieces: You overlooked the most expensive call....Do hear this, you give your fiance a $15,000 engagement ring that she still has in her posession. And you still have $3,000 worth of wedding bands you ain't cashed in yet. My question to you is how long are you going to play this one out? Please release your burden- this is just a small price for now! And er-- with regard to payment for the wedding this should cancel out what was owed by your former fiance.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Madlee Josh's former finace return the engagement ring to pay off the wedding debt.

Dated: July 1, 2009                               A. Sadiq                          
                                                           On Behalf of Pieces


In : Orders-09 PT 2 



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