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Guam — A settlement is now in the works for the scores of sex abuse lawsuits filed against the catholic church, but not everyone is on board just yet. At a hearing today for several of the cases filed in District Court, Attorney Lujan revealed that a motion to stay could be filed as early as next week Monday.
Attorney John Terlaje, who represents the Archdiocese, said the church will be involved in the settlement process. Lujan also noted that the Boy Scouts of America has indicated that they may be a part of the possible settlement.
But what about those who are not aware of this new development such as Apuron and his legal counsel Atty. Jacque Terlaje? We asked Attorney Jacque Terlaje if her client would agree to negotiate a settlement. She said that until she is formally notified of such, she cannot comment any further.
On Monday, Coadjutor Archbishop Michael Byrnes revealed that the Archdiocese is in the process of selling one of its assets, but he declined to disclose which asset. With dozens of lawsuits filed, the aggregate amount being sought by the plaintiffs is well into the hundreds of millions. What kind of amounts are we looking at? Although a cash payout can seem enticing, Lujan says not all his clients may agree to it. Lujan also noted in court that he has seven clients that have not yet filed their complaints in court.
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