Earl Jones’s wife wants goods from 3 homes

CBC News

A Quebec Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that it is in the interest of the public to know the details of Montreal financial adviser Earl Jones’s divorce proceedings.

Reporting bans usually mean that the names of the parties involved in divorce proceedings are protected, but Justice Eva Petras said that in the Jones case the interest of the public would be best served by allowing the names to be made public.

Jones, 65, and his wife of more than 43 years, Maxine Pamela Heayberd, split up last summer after his multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme became public.

Full Story: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2010/01/19/qe-jones-ponzi-divorce.html

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