Crook, Misty Vs Crook, Allen
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Case Number: 05FL01626
Case Title: CROOK, MISTY VS CROOK, ALLEN
Case Type: DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE W/OUT
Filing Date: 11/28/05
Disposition Date: 02/01/06
DISMISSED ENTIRE ACTION W/0 PREJUDICE


Parties
Name Type Attorney
CROOK, MISTY PETITIONER
CROOK, ALLEN RESPONDENT


Actions
Date Action Description
02/01/06 REQUEST FOR DISMISSAL
  WITHOUT PREJUDICE

01/11/06 PRF OF SVC AS TO ALLEN CROOK OF SUMMONS
  ON 1/6/06

11/28/05 PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
  SUMMONS ISSUED CK# 9498


There are no Events entered in this case.



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