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Court Case Record MICHELE E. BRADY vs. JAMES J. BRADY 2012-J-0134 UID(7dbf)


MICHELE E. BRADY vs. JAMES J. BRADY Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2012-J-0134


 
Case Number2012-J-0134
Case TitleMICHELE E. BRADY vs. JAMES J. BRADY
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyWorcester Probate & Fam
CourtWorcester Probate & Fam
Court Address
Phone
Field Date04/10/2012
Close Date04/30/2012

Parties

CounselNameType
B.J. Krintzman, EsquireMichele E. BradyPlaintiff/Respondent
Lawrence F. Army, Jr., EsquireJames J. BradyDefendant/Petitioner
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
04/10/2012 #1 Petition pursuant to M.G.L. c. 231, § 118 with attachments, filed by James J. Brady.
04/11/2012 #2 Amended certificate of service, filed by Attorney Lawrence F. Army, Jr.
04/12/2012 #3 Copy of trial court documents, received from B. J. Krintzman, Esq..
04/24/2012 #4 Opposition to Petition with attachments, filed by Michele E. Brady.
04/30/2012 #5 ORDER: Defendant/petitioner has filed a petition for interlocutory relief pursuant to M. G. L. c. 231, §118, first par., seeking review of an order entered by the Worcester Probate & Family Court (Meagher, J.), allowing plaintiff/respondent's motion for a protective order with respect to her deposition and prohibiting the deposition from occurring. After review of the parties' submissions, the petition is allowed. The trial court's order, insofar as it precludes defendant's deposition of the plaintiff is reversed, and the matter is remanded to the trial court for further proceedings consistent with this order. The trial court is to hold a hearing, after which an order is to issue providing for the taking of plaintiff's deposition, and including measures to protect plaintiff from annoyance and embarrassment as otherwise provided in Mass. R. Dom. Rel. 26 (c). These measures are to include, but need not be limited to, prohibiting defendant from attending the deposition, limiting the scope of the deposition to certain matters, and impounding the deposition to prevent its publication. Any other protective measures to be included in the order are within the sound discretion of the trial court. The trial court may also consider issuing a no-contact order. (Meade, J.) *Notice/Attest/Meagher, J.