As the investigation continues regarding the May 24 disapperance of Jennifer Dulos, new issues arise with her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos. Both he and his one-time girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, have been charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution regarding the whereabouts of the New Canaan, Connecticut mother of five. 

According to the Stamford Advocate, Fotis is now attempting to remain in his home despite reports that the mortgage was paid off by Jennifer's mother, Gloria Farber. Per the publication, Farber paid off the home this summer after Fotis allegedly stopped making payments to Mellon Bank in Nov. 2018. Fearing that the state of the Farmington residence would cause her family assets to be taken by the bank before foreclosure proceedings, Farber paid off the mortgage.

As stated by attorney Richard Weinstein, who is serving as legal representation for Farber, Fotis is now said to be trying to stay in the home for free.

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This new information came to light via new court filings in the civil suit that Farber has filed against Fotis and his real estate company, Fore Group. For his part, Fotis' attorney in the foreclosure, Michael Habib, states that his client was never aware of the fact that she had been paying off the mortgage. This also comes on the heels of Fotis' one-time girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, moving out of that residence.

This is not the only legal action that Farber has taken against her son-in-law. The outlet also reports that Weinstein has requested a "protective order," which would stop both Fotis and his civil attorney, William Murray, from having access to years of Farber family financial documents.

Additionally, Farber has also made it known that she wants to know how he is paying for the services of his attorney, Norm Pattis, and have more transparency surrounding his company. However, a judge recently ruled that he is not required to disclose that information

Farber and Weinstein also requested that a judge move ahead with allowing a deposition of Lauren Almeida, the family nanny, as court documents state that she has been taking care of the Dulos' five children for years. They asked the judge to expedite the ruling regarding the deposition due to the fact that a Dec. 3 court date is approaching, reports the Stamford Advocate. On Tuesday, Hartford Superior Court Judge Cesar Noble approved the motion regarding the deposition. 

At this time, both Fotis and Michelle have pleaded not guilty to all aforementioned charges against them. 

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