Primerica Life Insurance Company v. Phillips et al
ORDER pursuant to the settlement agreement between the remaining parties, the Clerk shall distribute the funds interpled into the registry of the Court, the sum of $187,022.18, plus accrued interest, to the defts as directed; upon disbursement of the funds, this matter is hereby dismissed. Signed by Chief Judge J. Leon Holmes on 6/11/12. (vjt)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PRIMERICA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY (termed April 3, 2012)
NO. 4:11CV00799 JLH
ALDAY S. PHILLIPS; KORWYN A. MILLER;
KEYLON K. PHILLIPS; ALFREDRICK PHILLIPS, JR.;
DOMINIQUE WATSON, as mother and natural
guardian of Cacedrick J. Phillips, a minor, on behalf
of Cacedrick J. Phillips; and MELISSA GRIMES, as
mother and natural guardian of Chanel Phillips,
a minor, on behalf of Chanel Phillips
Pursuant to the settlement agreement between the remaining parties, the Court orders as
follows. The sum of $187,022.18, plus accrued interest, remains in the registry of the Court for
distribution to the beneficiaries of the life insurance proceeds. The sum of $187,022.18 shall be
distributed to the defendants in the following amounts: Alday S. Phillips, $31,170.36; Korwyn A.
Miller, $31,170.36; Keylon K. Phillips, $31,170.36; Alfredrick Phillips, Jr., $31,170.36; Cacedrick
J. Phillips, $31,170.37; and Chanel Phillips, $31,170.37. The accrued interest shall also be divided
equally between the defendants.
The Clerk of the Court is directed to distribute the funds interpled into the registry of the
Court to the defendants in the amounts set forth above. Upon disbursement of the funds in the
registry of the Court, this matter is hereby dismissed.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 11th day of June, 2012.
J. LEON HOLMES
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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