The sad case of missing Stacy Peterson rears its head again. This time it seems it is because Mr. Drew Peterson went to visit prominent Chicago lawyer Jeffery Leving. Mr. Leving is a lawyer whom fought for the rights for fathers. He is instrumental in aiding fathers whose visitation rights have been violated by the biological mother of Illinois children. A very amicable thing to do. Good for him.
It has been widely reported that Drew Peterson is/or has sought the advice of Mr. Leving in regard to a possible divorce. It also has been reported that he wants to dissolve any of the marital assets, and get rid of his house in Bolingbrook, IL. He feels it is not a healthy situation for his children. Which I believe. All of this is not a healthy situation for any of his children. By the way it isn’t healthy for his oldest son either, who is grown and out on his own. However, the whole situation is not good. Stacy Peterson has gone missing for one year on the date of Oct. 28, 2008.
Mr. Leving has confirmed in the Chicago Tribune newspaper this morning that he did have a consultation with Drew Peterson. Drew Peterson continues to be a suspect in the disappearance of Stacy Peterson. He continues to profess that Stacy has run off with another man and that he is mad about it. He is also a person of interest in the death of then third wife Kathleen Savio. Her case has been ruled a homicide rather than accidental as was the case before. DA James Glascow has announced that one of the cases will be solved soon. We are all waiting to see what the outcome of this will be.
In Illinois any type of willful desertion or abandonment is grounds for a divorce after the elapsed time of one year has passed. It is unfortunate that Drew is able to secure a possible lawyer to defend him in this possible situation, and Stacy cannot. One can safely say, that even, in the remote of circumstances, if Stacy took off with another man we now could say she has met with foul-play. Of course with the label of potential homicide being placed on Stacy’s case and and the investigation of the 2004 death of Kathleen Savio, and possible inclusion of hearsay evidence to be admitted into the court of law in Illinois could lead us all to the conclusion that it all points to one person and that the divorce should not be granted.
Just my thoughts, just my opinions, and always in a conversationalTone.