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Court Case Record JONATHAN PATRICK SHEETZ vs. MIREIA MARTI 2011-J-0484 UID(9084)


JONATHAN PATRICK SHEETZ vs. MIREIA MARTI Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2011-J-0484


 
Case Number2011-J-0484
Case TitleJONATHAN PATRICK SHEETZ vs. MIREIA MARTI
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyBarnstable Probate & Fam
CourtBarnstable Probate & Fam
Court Address
Phone
Field Date11/10/2011
Close Date01/23/2012

Parties

CounselNameType
Pamela B. Bankert, EsquireJonathan Patrick SheetzPlaintiff/Respondent
Martin C. Winstead, EsquireMireia MartiDefendant/Petitioner
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
11/10/2011 #1 Petition pursuant to M.G.L. c. 231, ยง 118 with attachments, filed by Mireia Marti.
11/22/2011 #2 RE#1: The Order of the Probate and Family Court, dated October 7, 2011, requiring the defendant to return to the United States within forty-five days of the court's order is stayed pending review of the instant petition, and until further notice of this court. (Hanlon, J.) *Notice.
11/22/2011 #3 Opposition to Petition with attachments, filed by Mireia Marti.*
12/07/2011 #4 ORDER: This matter is remanded to the Probate and Family Court, for findings of fact and conclusions of law in support of those portions of the judge's Further Orders, dated October 13, 2011, requiring the defendant to return to the United States for genetic testing and deferring rulings on further Motions pending the results of the genetic marker testing. The judge's findings shall be prepared and entered on the docket within forty-five days of issue of this Order, with a copy to be transmitted to the Appeals Court. The Order of the Probate and Family Court, requiring the defendant to return to the United States within forty-five days of the court's order, is further stayed pending review of the judge's findings, and until further notice of this court. (Hanlon, J.) *Notice/Attest/Scandurra, J.
01/18/2012 Findings on Remand received from Robert A. Scandurra, First Justice, Barnstable Probate & Family Court. ^
01/23/2012 RE#1: As the appellant has not shown that the judge abused his discretion or committed a clear error of law, the petition is denied. The stay of execution of the Probate and Family Court order, dated October 13, 2011, requiring the defendant to return to Massachusetts with the parties' children for the purpose of genetic testing, is vacated. The matter is remanded to the Probate and Family Court to set a new date by which the defendant is to comply with the court's order. (Hanlon, J.). *Notice/attest/Scandurra, J.