IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS COUNTY DEPARTMENT, DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION In re the Marriage of Henry Tudor

, Petitioner and Anne Tudor, Respondent. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )

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PETITON FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Petitioner, HENRY TUDOR, brings the following Petition for Dissolution of Marriage against Respondent, ANNE TUDOR, pursuant to 750 ILCS 5/403:

1. Petitioner is 82 years of age, is retired as the former royal King of England, currently resides in Cook County, Illinois, and has been a continuous resident of the State of Illinois for 14 years. 2. Respondent is 32 years of age, employed as a nightclub singer, resides in Cook County, Illinois and has been a continuous resident of the State of Illinois for 14 years. 3. The parties were married on February 14, 1995, and said marriage was registered in Sussex County, England. 4. Petitioner and Respondent lived together as husband and wife in Illinois from the time of their marriage in England until July 4, 2004, when they became to live separately. 5. On information and belief, Petitioner alleges that no petition for dissolution of the parties¶ marriage is pending in any other county or state.
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6. Respondent is not currently engaged in military service with any branch of any armed forces of the United States. 7. Petitioner is a resident of the state of Illinois, and the residence has been maintained for more than (90) days preceding the commencement of this action. Petitioner resides in Cook County, Illinois. The jurisdictional requirements of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution Act therefore exist, and there exist grounds for the dissolution of the marriage of the parties. 8. Petitioner and Respondent have one dependent child: Elizabeth, born December 25, 1995. The Respondent is not now known to be pregnant. 9. Included in the marital property of the parties is the following real property located at 401 South State Street, Chicago, Illinois. 10. During the marriage, the parties acquired the following marital property which has not been divided; Household furnishings, a royal pension, various bank and investment accounts, 100,000 shares of Microsoft Corp. stock, a Gulf Stream VI airplane, and other property as detailed in the Marital Settlement Agreement, attached to this complaint. 11. Petitioner and Respondent have agreed on the division of most of their assets and liabilities, but have not yet finalized a settlement agreement concerning property. The parties also intend to enter into a Joint Parenting Agreement to share custody of their daughter. 12. During the marriage the parties incurred various debts, liabilities, and obligations which have not yet been satisfied. These debts include, but are not limited to, the

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following: Internal Revenue Service, relatives, credit cards, mortgage company, car payments, utility bills and medical bills. 13. Irreconcilable differences have caused the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. Efforts at reconciliation have failed and future attempts at reconciliation would be impracticable and not in the best interest of the family. 14. The petitioner and respondent waive all rights to maintenance.

WHEREFORE, the Petitioner respectfully prays: A. That the Petitioner be awarded a Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage and the bonds of matrimony existing between the parties be dissolved in accordance with the statute. B. The Petitioner be awarded Joint, custody, control, and education of the minor children of the parties, to wit: Elizabeth. C. That the Petitioner be awarded the former marital residence, located at: 401 South State Street, Chicago, Illinois. D. That the remainder of the marital property of the parties be distributed in an equitable manner. E. That the Court award the Petitioner¶s non-marital property to the Petitioner. F. That the Respondent be ordered to pay the marital debs of the parties and hold the Petitioner harmless from any obligation thereon. G. That the Petitioner be ordered to pay all debts he incurred before the marriage. H. That the Respondent be ordered to pay all debts she incurred before the marriage. I. That the Respondent to pay the marital debts of the parties and hold the Petitioner harmless from any obligation thereon.

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J. That the Petitioner have such other relief as may be just and equitable under the evidence and circumstances. Respectfully submitted,

HENRY TUDOR, Petitioner

EARL E. RISER, Attorney Attorney for Petitioner, Henry Tudor

Earl E. Riser, Attorney Code 1234 1620 S Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60616 (312) 566-0678

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Verification by Certification

Under penalties as provided by law pursuant to Section 1-109 if the Code of Civil Procedure, the undersigned certifies that the statements set forth in this instrument are true and correct, expect as to matters therein stated to be on information and belief and as to such matters the undersigned certifies as foresaid that the undersigned verily believes the same to be true.

_________________ Date

___________________________ Petitioner

******************** Earl E. Riser Attorney Code 1234 1620 S Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60616 (312) 566-0678

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