A man is asking the court to substitute his payments on a piece of Beaumont property toward any judgment to which his spouse is entitled. 

Tommy Lynn Harmon filed a lawsuit Sept. 13 in Jefferson County District Court against Camille R. Harmon.

In his complaint, Tommy Harmon alleges he and Camille Harmon owned property on Lynnwood in Beaumont. However, Tommy Harmon claims he made a majority of payments on the property as he owned it before the couple was married.

Therefore, Tommy Harmon wants his extra payments to count toward any judgment to which Camille Harmon is entitled.

In his complaint, Tommy Harmon seeks a judgment declaring how many payments he has made on the property compared to Camille Harmon. He also wants the court to determine how much he owes Camille Harmon and, from there, to vest title in the real property to any judgment to which Camille Harmon is entitled. He also seeks attorney’s fees, costs and other relief the court deems just.

Donald B. Moye of Nederland will be representing him.

The case has been assigned to Judge Gary Sanderson, 60th District Court.

Case No. B193-147

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