American General Life Insurance Company v. Jones et al
||American General Life Insurance Company
||Melanie G. Jones and Donald E. Jones
||April 24, 2008
||Alabama Southern District Court
||Sonja F. Bivins
||William H. Steele
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||28:1332 Diversity-Insurance Contract
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|July 20, 2010
Order granting the 64 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Donald E. Jones. A separate judgment will be entered in favor of cross-plaintiff/cross-defendant Donald E. Jones, as personal representative of the Estate of Bobby Joe Jones, and against cr oss-defendant/cross-plaintiff Melanie G. Jones on each and every claim between them. Melanie Jones is ordered by 8/3/2010 to show cause why the interpleaded funds should not be distributed to the Estate as this time. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 7/20/10. (tgw)
|November 13, 2008
ORDER as to the following Motions: American General's Motion 29 for Discharge is GRANTED in Part and DENIED in part. AGLIC is DISMISSED AND DISCHARGED WITH PREJUDICE as set out; AGLIC's request in its Motion 29 to Discharge for an award of attorney's fees and costs is DENIED. Defendant Melanie G. Jones' Motion 22 to Stay is GRANTED. This action is STAYED pending the resolution of the Mobile County Circuit Court criminal proceedings against Melanie G. Jones. Pltf. M. Jones is to file status reports every 60 DAYS - first report due 12/1/08 - specifics of the reports as set out. Signed by Judge William H. Steele on 11/13/08. Copies to parties on 11/14/08. (mpp)
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