Court Case Record MARY ANN Z. SWISTAK & another vs. WILLIAM J. STELMOKAS 2012-P-0628

MARY ANN Z. SWISTAK & another vs. WILLIAM J. STELMOKAS Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2012-P-0628

Case Number2012-P-0628
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWorcester Probate & Fam
CourtWorcester Probate & Fam
Court Address
Field Date06/29/2009
Close Date03/05/2013


William M. Driscoll, EsquireMary Ann Z. SwistakPlaintiff/Appellant
William M. Driscoll, EsquireMichael J. SwistakPlaintiff
Karen Scharfenberg-Ferrarone, EsquireWilliam J. StelmokasDefendant/Appellee
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
04/17/2012 #1 Transcripts received: volumes: 1 on CD; in Clerk's envelope.
04/17/2012 #2 Entered. Impounded per trial court docket WO07D1348GP1 Psychological Evaluation.
04/17/2012 #3 Notice of entry sent.
04/25/2012 #4 Copy of Amended Entry Statement received from Worcester Probate & Fam.
04/27/2012 #5 Docketing Statement received from Mary Ann Z. Swistak.^
05/11/2012 #6 SERVICE of brief & appendix for Plaintiff/Appellant Mary Ann Z. Swistak.
06/08/2012 #7 MOTION to extend brief due date of William J. Stelmokas.
06/11/2012 #8 RE#4: Extension to 07/27/2012 granted for filing of brief of William J. Stelmokas, Defendant/Appellee. Notice to counsel.
07/30/2012 #9 MOTION to file supplemental appendix, filed by William J. Stelmokas.
07/30/2012 #10 RE#5: Allowed for filing with the appellee's brief this date. *Notice.
07/30/2012 SERVICE of brief & supplemental appendix for Defendant/Appellee William J. Stelmokas.
08/10/2012 SERVICE of reply brief for Plaintiff/Appellant Mary Ann Z. Swistak.
10/12/2012 Notice sent seeking information on unavailability for oral argument in December 2012
10/18/2012 Letter of Karen Scharfenberg-Ferrarone, Esquire unavailable for oral argument 12/20-12/31.
11/05/2012 Notice of 12/11/2012, 9:30 AM argument at John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom 4 (a4) sent.
12/11/2012 Oral argument held. (Kantrowitz, J., Katzmann, J., Hanlon, J.).
02/05/2013 Decision: Rule 1:28 The portion of the judgment purporting to dismiss the plaintiff's complaint for visitation is vacated. The portion of the judgment dismissing the plaintiff's complaint for modification is vacated. The orders denying the plaintiff's postjudgment motions to alter and amend and for reconsideration are vacated. The case is remanded for further proceedings in accordance with the memorandum and order of the Appeals Court. (Kantrowitz, Katzmann, Hanlon, JJ.). *Notice.
03/05/2013 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.