On July 10, 2007, Sandy filed a request with the court, Pandora Gold Bead on sale her attorney, that the couple's home be sold immediately. At the time, the property had been appraised for $1.85 million. Subsequently, it was discovered that Jim Williamson obtained a quickclaim deed to the house which had a forged signature of Sandy Williamson dated Aug. Pandora Silver Bead on sale, 2007, to gain sole possession of the house. Sandy Williamson successfully petitioned the court to have the deed voided. It was later learned that Jim had obtained a $942,000 loan from Bank of America, secured by the Fawn Point property, based upon the forged deed. The loan was never repaid. Due to the forged document, Sandy sued her husband in a separate lawsuit for her half-share of Pandora Silver/Gold Bead on sale house based on the 2007 value. In the suit, she asked the court to find her not responsible for repaying any part of the loan her husband obtained illegally. Pandora Bead on sale also sought repayment of more than $73,000 in legal fees that she paid to defend herself on the loan repayment.
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