Details for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, AT FRANKLIN. SHANIA LEE HOLLARS v. RANDALE PHILLIP HOLLARS, JR.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, AT FRANKLIN. SHANIA LEE HOLLARS v. RANDALE PHILLIP HOLLARS, JR.
Case No. 2019-536.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.
Pursuant to T.C.A. §21-1-204, appearing from allegations of the Complaint in this cause, being duly sworn to or from affidavit, that RANDALE PHILLIP HOLLARS, the defendant, cannot be served with the ordinary process of law for the following reason - after diligent inquiry the whereabouts of the defendant cannot be ascertained. It is therefore ordered, that said Defendant enter an appearance thirty (30) days after the last publication and file an answer to the complaint at the Williamson County Circuit Court located at 135 4th Ave South, Franklin, Tennessee, or judgment by default may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint.
A copy of this order is to be published for four consecutive weeks in THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY HERALD. The last known address for this defendant is Lloyd Elam Center, 2000 Albion Street, Nashville, Tennessee 37208. This 1st day of October 2020. Dates Publication will run: 10/8/20, 10/15/20, 10/22/20 and 10/29/20. Initial publication on: 10/8/20
Debbie McMillan Barrett, Circuit Court Clerk. Crystal M. Etue, Esq. BPR # 035999. LAW OFFICES OF CRYSTAL ETUE. Attorney for Plaintiff, 202 4th Ave. South, Suite 202, Franklin, TN 37064, Telephone: (615) 721-7983.
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