The Divisia Papers are a collection of legal documents and personal papers pertaining to divorce filed in the courts of Alabama, Tennessee, and Alabama.
They were filed on August 24, 2016, by a man named Donald A. Grier.
Griter was granted divorce from his first wife, Marisa L. Williams, in October 2014.
She had filed for divorce in September of that year, but the Alabama state court rejected her petition, saying that he was no longer in a position to be able to legally marry her.
He had filed an amended petition, which was rejected by the court in December of 2014.
Gribers wife, Lizzie, had filed a separate divorce complaint against him in June of 2015.
She and Williams were separated in January of 2016.
The two filed for a divorce in March of 2016, but that case was denied.
The documents Grier filed with the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals on April 11, 2016 show that he had been in a relationship with Lizza Williams for five years.
They also show that the documents state that they were separated for one year and that they had reconciled their marital status.
The divorce documents state, “This is the divorce filed today by the parties of Donald Grier for Marisa Williams.
Mr. Grieger and Mrs. Williams divorced on the 17th day of July, 2014, in Alabama.
The parties agreed upon the date of divorce, which occurred on August 23, 2014.
Mr, Griegers estate was granted the full and final enjoyment of all of his property and assets, including his residence and his automobile.
He has not been living with Mrs. Lizzy Williams in Alabama for over four years.”
The documents state also that Grier was divorced from Williams in May of 2014, and that the divorce papers state that Gries wife, Susan, was married to Williams in July of 2014 and that Williams was married in August of 2014 to Grier’s second wife, Jennifer L. Henson.
The couple has two children, and Grier and Henson have a daughter together.
The document states that Williams filed for bankruptcy on March 1, 2017, and said that she was seeking $500,000 in back child support.
The papers also state that Henson filed for the divorce in January, 2015.
Gries marriage was ended in February of 2015, when the Alabama Supreme Court denied the request to divorce.
Gricer filed for another divorce in April of 2016 in the same Alabama court.
The state court denied the divorce filing, stating that Williams could not be divorced because she was not a full-time employee.
Williams did not respond to requests for comment.
The Divas Papers have been circulated online and have been shared across social media, with the hashtags #divorcepaper,#divorcepapers,and#divas papers.
The Alabama Department of Judicial Affairs, which has been handling the divorce cases, declined to comment.