21st Mortgage Corporation v. Gilliam
Appellant: 21st Mortgage Corporation
Appellee: Jennifer Diane Gilliam
Trustee: Sabrina L. McKinney
Case Number: 2:2020cv00509
Filed: July 21, 2020
Court: US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
Presiding Judge: Emily C Marks
Nature of Suit: Bankruptcy Appeal (801)
Cause of Action: 28:0158
Jury Demanded By: None
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Appellant: 21st Mortgage Corporation
Represented By: Kristofor David Sodergren
Represented By: Nicole B Hampton
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Appellee: Jennifer Diane Gilliam
Represented By: Charles Edward Grainger, Jr.
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Trustee: Sabrina L. McKinney
Represented By: Sabrina Lee McKinney
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