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Records for the week of Feb. 1-8 include the issuance of three marriage license applications in the Columbia County Clerk’s Office and no divorce cases filed in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office.

Marriage licenses issued:

Scott M. McWilliams, 47, of Magnolia to Kelli Bollen, 42, of Magnolia, Feb. 1.

Andrew Paul Young, 30, of Stephens to Christina Lee Oliver, 34, of Stephens, Feb. 1.

Donald Lee Mills, 49, of Magnolia to Allison Kristi Bailey, 48, of Magnolia, Feb. 7.

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Divorce cases filed:

None

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Civil suits filed Feb. 1-8 in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office:

EAN Holdings LLC v. William Hudgens, civil-other, Feb. 1.

Village Loans Inc. v. Sharde Harris, foreign judgment-civil, Feb. 1.

Village Loans Inc. v. Joyce James, foreign judgment-civil, Feb. 1.

Atlanta Oil Company v. The Estate of W.C. Dean, et al, civil-other, Feb. 1.

Discover Bank v. Benjamin B. Monk, seller-plaintiff debt collection, Feb. 5.

Capital One Bank v. Samantha Roberson, seller-plaintiff debt collection, Feb. 5.

America’s Car-Mart Inc. v. Shanqual Easter and Chariot Hildreth, contract-other, Feb. 5.

America’s Car-Mart Inc. v. Donald Radford, contract-other, Feb. 5.

America’s Car-Mart Inc. v. Darrell Taylor, contract-other, Feb. 5.

Bank of America v. Emmalee Gregory, contract-other, Feb. 5.

Capital One Bank v. Shellie Wilson, seller-plaintiff debt collection , Feb. 6.

Calvary SPV I LLC v. Jessica Wynne, contract-other, Feb. 6.

Village Loans Inc. v. Reginal Cooper, foreign judgment-civil, Feb. 7.

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Recent area bankruptcy filings, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as drawn from United States District Bankruptcy Court papers.

MAGNOLIA James Earl Ellis, 1904 N. Dudney St., Jan. 31, 2019, Chapter 13.

MCNEIL Horace L. and Delores Green (aka Delores Gill), 654 Front St., Jan. 31, 2019, Chapter 13.

MOUNT HOLLY Adolph Glover, 1365 McCall Road, Feb. 5, 2019, Chapter 13.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding generally refer to the liquidation of a company that continues to operate while financial matters are settled. Chapter 11 bankruptcy frees a company from creditors lawsuits while it reorganizes its finances. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is available to individuals who promise to repay as many debtors as possible from available income.

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