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May 19, 2013

News of Record: Divorce and bankruptcy filings

NEWS OF RECORD

Divorce filings

Domestic relations filings recently in Madison County courts:

Circuit Court 1

April 3-May 14, 2013


Rayla Upton v. Toby Upton

William Mullen v. Debra Mullen

Bonnie Welker v. Timothy Welker

Desiree Phillips v. Jefferey Phillips

Mitchell Stafford v. Caitlin Stafford

Mary Owens v. Ralph Owens    

J. Taylor Jr. v. April Taylor    

Lori Matney v. Scott Matney    

Essie Miller v. Stephan Morgan    

Sabrina Wilson v. Gordon Wilson Jr.    

Melissa Arthur v. Randall Arthur    

Julie Couch v. Donald Couch    

Tabitha Schreiber v. Joshua Schreiber    

Mark Grant Jr. v. Wendy Grant    

Valerie Wise v. Jamie Green

Krystle Slack v. Robert Slack    

Amber Ward v. Douglas Ward    

Brenda Hossman v. Christopher Hossman    

Terri Strode v. David Strode

Louis Styrzo v. Carrie Hanson    

Sarah Mukka v. Ronald Thrush    

Shawn Hall v. Rose Hall    

Richard Byers Jr. v. Melinda (Byers) Simms    

Jessica Souder v. Scott Souder

Debbria Dietz v. Albert Dietz    

Debra Hicks v. Paul Hicks    

Circuit Court 2

April 1-May 14, 2013


Keith Smith v. Betty Smith    

Michael Cox v. Annette Cox    

Lynda Hood v. Eddie Hood    

Venus Fogle v. James Fogle    

Vickie Miracle v. Jeffrey Miracle    

Edward Rodeman v. Lindsay Rodeman    

Leslie Williams v. Kenneth Williams    

April Mitchell v. Isaac Mitchell    

Sharon Toombs v. David Toombs    

Miranda Monk v. Jedediah Cluxton

Elizabeth Nielsen v. Arnold Nielsen    

Circuit Court 3

April 1-May 14, 2013


Timothy Meranda Jr. v. Monica Dorsey    

Brianne Wright v. Edward Wright    

Joseph Surber v. Lisa Surber    

Gregory Johns v. Kacie Johns    

Roger Edens Jr. v. Kendra Edens    

Dennis Vanness v. Michelle Vanness    

Donna Miller v. Michael Miller    

Robert Moss v. Mary Moss    

Beverly Wheeler v. Russell Wheeler    

Stephen Lowe v. Becki Lowe    

Timothy Jones v. Teresa Jones    

Holly Wilson v. William Wilson    

Ashley Soto v. Michael Soto    

Debra Hicks v. Paul Hicks    

Heather Brough Miser v. Christopher Miser    

Shelby Savage v. Ricky Savage    

Donielle Bair v. Christopher Bair

Robert Owen v. Tamara Owen    

Amy Herbig v. Jeffrey Herbig    

Stephani Key v. Jordan Key    

Angel Ramirez v. Julie Ramirez    

Roberta Hahn v. Kenneth Hahn    

Tracie Gomez v. Aturo Gomez    

Cory Smith v. Nichole Smith    

Crystal Swann v. Eric Swann    

Timothy Devine v. Rande Devine

Thomas Mooso v. Joanna Lafrance

Jennifer Mason v. Brian Mason    

Jacob Roth v. McKenzie Harris    

Jaydee Grbic v. Osman Grbic    

Derek Isaacs v. Kayla Isaacs    

Nava Brown v. Kevin Brown    

Stephanie Herbert v. Charles Herbert    

Joshua Wenning v. Julie Wenning    

Heather Gully v. Terry Gully    

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