Ex-quarterback's Wife Sues IRS for Wrongful Sale of Home

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The ex-wife of Kenny Stabler, former quarterback for University of Alabama, Rose Burch Stabler is suing the IRS alleging they wrongfully sold a home her former husband had transferred to her before the sale. The house in question is on Ono Island near Orange Beach.

In August 2006, the federal government sued Kenny Stabler for unpaid personal and business taxes. According to Rose Stabler’s lawsuit, the government’s suit was only filed two years after Kenny Stabler had agreed to transfer all ownership of the house to her as part of their divorce agreement. Baldwin County circuit judge Charles Partin issued the final divorce order in August last year.

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