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Court Case Record DARRELL J. KLEYA vs. FELICE D. KLEYA 2013-P-0152 UID(adc1)


DARRELL J. KLEYA vs. FELICE D. KLEYA Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2013-P-0152


 
Case Number2013-P-0152
Case TitleDARRELL J. KLEYA vs. FELICE D. KLEYA
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWorcester Probate & Fam
CourtWorcester Probate & Fam
Court Address
Phone
Field Date08/03/2009
Close Date07/22/2014

Parties

CounselNameType
Darrell J. KleyaPro Se Plaintiff/Appellee
Felice D. KleyaPro Se Defendant/Appellant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
01/25/2013 #1 ***Financial Statements Impounded & GAL Report Impounded***
01/25/2013 #2 Entered.
01/25/2013 #3 Notice of entry sent.
02/11/2013 #4 Docketing Statement received from Felice D. Kleya.^
02/25/2013 #5 MOTION to withdraw as counsel for Felice D. Kleya, filed by Patricia L. Davidson.
02/25/2013 #6 Notice of appearance of Felice D. Kleya, pro se.
02/26/2013 #7 RE#3: Attorney Davidson is allowed to withdraw. Appellant is deemed to be proceeding pro se. Appellant's brief and appendix is due 4/19/13.Notice
04/17/2013 #8 MOTION to extend brief & appendix due date, filed by Felice D. Kleya.
04/17/2013 #9 Notice of appearance of Johanna Gatta for Felice D. Kleya.
04/17/2013 RE#5: Extension to 04/26/2013 granted for filing of brief of Felice D. Kleya, Defendant/Appellant. Notice to counsel.
04/26/2013 SERVICE of 7 briefs, 7 appendices, 7 impounded record appendices and 2 trial transcripts for Defendant/Appellant Felice D. Kleya.
09/12/2013 Notice sent seeking information on unavailability for oral argument in November 2013
10/11/2013 Notice sent seeking information on unavailability for oral argument in December 2013
11/01/2013 Notice of 12/06/2013, 9:30 AM argument at John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom 4 (a4) sent.
12/06/2013 Oral argument held. (Grasso, J., Kafker, J., Graham, J.).
06/24/2014 Decision: Rule 1:28 So much of the judgment of divorce nisi as divides the parties' income-generating properties and fails to consider support and college educational expenses for the parties' daughter is vacated. The order for child support for the parties' son is also vacated but shall remain in place as a temporary order, unless the judge orders otherwise. The matter is remanded to the Probate and Family Court for further proceedings consistent with the memorandum and order of the Appeals Court. (Grasso, Kafker & Graham, JJ.). *Notice.
07/22/2014 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.