May 24 marked the one-year anniversary of Jennifer Dulos' disappearance. After being seen for the last time in 2019, many began to suspect that her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, and his former girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, had information about where the New Canaan, Connecticut, mother of five might be. After each faced individual charges pertaining to their alleged involvement, a new decision has given Troconis the ability to return to the Jefferson Crossing property that she once shared with Fotis.

According to the Stamford Advocate, Troconis will be able to go back to the home in order to "retrieve the remainder of her belongings as foreclosure proceedings move forward."

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Prior to the decision, Troconis' defense attorney, Jon Schoenhorn, stated that his client still had a variety of items inside the house, including kitchenware, bath towels, and art. The detailed list was submitted when probate proceedings around the Farmington property started in February following Fotis' death by suicide.

As a result, she will be able to "go through the house and she will be able to take whatever is hers," Schoenhorn stated, adding that arrangements had been made for the larger items.

Since Feb. 20, foreclosure proceedings on the home have been stalled. During that time, attorney Christopher Hug had worked to determine the value of the estate. Now, they are set to begin moving forward once again as it begins going through probate court.

Following the new development, attorney Richard Weinstein spoke about what lies ahead. As stated by the publication, Weinstein, who is serving as legal representation for Jennifer's mother, Gloria Farber, said that he plans on working with Hug to properly remove the contents from the home.

This is not the first time in recent months that Schoenhorn has spoken about Troconis and the Dulos case. Previously, he discussed the perceived lack of evidence that the state has compiled against his client. After stating that he had requested discovery but had been met with little movement, he asked why any existing evidence would be held back in the case.

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Aside from the recent decision about the Jefferson Crossing home, other developments have also moved the case forward in recent months. Not only has it been said that Fotis' attorneys could file "malicious" lawsuits and that some had started "wrangling" over his other assets, but a judge ruled that his estate must also pay Farber $2M for fabricated evidence. Additionally, Fotis' family has also broken their silence and asked for new information to be released.

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