PORTLAND – Kaine Horman and his estranged wife, Terri Moulton Horman were granted an October 7 divorce hearing Wednesday.
Terri, the last person to see seven-year-old Kyron Horman before he vanished on June 4, had wanted the divorce delayed until after the criminal investigation into his disappearance is completed.
At issue were financial questions and an abatement proposal by Terri's lawyers to speed up the case. But a judge ruled the issues would all be addressed at one joint hearing on October 7. Kaine Horman wants Terri's financial information disclosed on how she was able to pay for a reported $350,000 in attorney fees.
On September 21, a judge will issue a ruling on whether or not Terri was in contempt of court over accusations she unsealed a restraining order earlier in the summer.
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Terri Horman, her lawyers, and Kaine Horman's lawyer Laura Rackner arrived at the Multnomah County courthouse just after 2:30 p.m. for the 3 p.m. hearing.
Meanwhile, the Multnomah County Sheriff said over 3,700 tips have come in to detectives and they’re following up on all of them. Terri has been a prime focus on the investigation, although police have never named her as a suspect or a person of interest.
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KGW Reporter Kyle Iboshi contributed to this report