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Court Case Record ANN ROSE ARROYAS vs. PHILLIPPE ARROYAS 2010-J-0341 UID(50ed)


ANN ROSE ARROYAS vs. PHILLIPPE ARROYAS Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2010-J-0341


 
Case Number2010-J-0341
Case TitleANN ROSE ARROYAS vs. PHILLIPPE ARROYAS
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWorcester Probate & Fam
CourtWorcester Probate & Fam
Court Address
Phone
Field Date07/23/2010
Close Date08/03/2010

Parties

CounselNameType
Howard J. Potash, EsquireAnn Rose ArroyasPlaintiff/Petitioner
Thomas V Murray, Jr., EsquirePhillippe ArroyasDefendant/Respondent
Michelle L. Grossfield, EsquireChildrenOther/respondent
Laurie S. Raphaelson, EsquireLaurie S. Raphaelson, EsquireOther/respondent
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
07/23/2010 #1 Materials related to a juvenile court matter, CP10W0124, were filed with the motion to stay and are IMPOUNDED.
07/23/2010 #2 MOTION for stay under MRAP 6(A) w/attach, filed by Ann Rose Arroyas.
07/23/2010 #3 ORDER: "....The order of the Probate and Family Court is stayed until Friday, July 30, 2010. On or before Wednesday, July 28, 2010, at 12:00 noon, the parties are to brief the issue of whether the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court, in fact, lacked jurisdiction over the children." (Hanlon, J.). Notice/attest/King, J.
07/23/2010 #4 Copy of order faxed to Worcester Probate and Family Court, Worcester Juvenile. Order given in hand to Attorney Potash. Notice to Attorney Murray by phone and fax this date.
07/28/2010 #5 Memorandum on jurisdiction in support of paper #2 filed by Ann Rose Arroyas.
07/28/2010 #6 Brief and appendix of appellee in response to paper #2, filed by Phillippe Arroyas.
07/30/2010 #7 ORDER: "The order of the Probate and Family Court, and the subject of the instant petition filed by the plaintiff, is further stayed until Wednesday, August 4, 2010." (Hanlon, J.) *Notice/attest/image/King, J.
08/02/2010 Rebuttal to brief of Philippe Arroyas, filed by Ann Rose Arroyas.
08/03/2010 ORDER: "...This court's temporary order to stay the July 22, 2010 order of the Probate and Family Court...is vacated, and the plaintiff's petition to stay the execution of the order pending appeal is denied." (Hanlon, J.) *Notice/Attest/Image.