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Divorce for Kaine, Terri Horman finalized at emergency hearing

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Age progression image of Kyron Horman, right. Age progression image of Kyron Horman, right.
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -

An emergency hearing was called Tuesday to finalize the long-standing divorce case between Kaine and Terri Horman.

Kaine Horman has maintained his ex-wife was involved in the disappearance of his son, Kyron Horman, who was 7 years old when he seemingly vanished from Skyline School on June 4, 2010.

Terri Horman has never been named a suspect or person of interest in the case.

A representative for Judge Henry Kantor said the judge signed a stipulated limited judgment granting a dissolution of marriage Tuesday. As a result, the divorce trial scheduled for Jan. 2 has been canceled.

Kaine Horman was first granted a restraining order against Terri Horman shortly after Kyron disappeared in 2010.

Since then, the divorce case had been continually delayed.

This month, the proceedings seemed to be moving forward as court documents outlined Terri Horman's desire to seek temporary custody of the couple's 5-year-old daughter, Kiara.

The girl has been with her father since June 2010.

Kaine Horman's legal team argued visitation for Terri Horman would only traumatize their daughter.

However, court documents filed by Terri Horman's attorneys cited information from a deposition of Kaine Horman, where he stated they were "average" parents and admitted Terri Horman cared for Kiara between 50 and 75 percent of the time, "at minimum."

The resolution of custody, or parenting time with Kiara was not finalized in Tuesday's divorce agreement.

Kaine Horman's lawyer tells FOX 12 that the decision regarding Kiara is being postponed until after a custody and parenting time evaluation is undertaken by a doctor.  

After that evaluation, there is a court date set in June to resolve Custody issues. 

In the meantime, court documents do state that Terri Horman's is responsible for paying $224 a month in child support.

Kiara is set to start kindergarten in the fall of 2014, according to the court documents, and child support will be recalculated at that time to take into account possible new day care costs.

Another hearing is scheduled for Jan. 12.

The couple was married on April 15, 2007 in Hawaii.

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