A hearing has been set for Thursday for a ruling on several motions in the divorce case of country star Sara Evans and Craig Schelske. A clerk in the Chancery Court for Williamson County confirmed that hearing had been set for Thursday at 10 a.m.
“We are anxious to try to get in particular the restraining order dissolved so that he can get back into the home and see his children,” said Charlie Gay Jr., Schelske’s attorney.
Evans’ attorneys confirmed today that she has filed additional motions in the high-profile divorce case. Documents supplied by the attorneys revealed Evans filed motions asking for: psychological
examinations for both Evans and Schelske; the appointment of a “guardian ad litem” to serve the best interest of the couple’s three children; an order to refer certain matters raised by the husband to a mediator; and a motion to restrict parties and their counsel from “making extrajudicial statements or comments to the media … pending further order of the court,” commonly called a gag order.
The court office, however, could not be reached to confirm the late-afternoon filing of Evans’ latest motions. Evans’ attorney John Hollins Jr. confirmed that the filing happened. He and John Hollins Sr. had no comment. Gay, who hadn’t seen the documents, had no comment on Evans’ latest motions.