Court Case Record RICHARD GREY & another vs. CAROL GREY & another 2012-J-0217

RICHARD GREY & another vs. CAROL GREY & another Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2012-J-0217

Case Number2012-J-0217
Case TitleRICHARD GREY & another vs. CAROL GREY & another
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyNorfolk Probate & Family
CourtNorfolk Probate & Family
Court Address
Field Date06/08/2012
Close Date06/20/2012


Joseph H. Walsh, EsquireRichard GreyPlaintiff/Respondent
Joseph H. Walsh, EsquireAlicia McIntyrePlaintiff/Respondent
Stephen G. Howard, EsquireCarol GreyDefendant/Petitioner
James R. DeGiacomo, EsquireRaymond H. YoungDefendant
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
06/08/2012 #1 Motion for stay under M.R.A.P. 6(a) with attachments, filed by Carol Grey.
06/11/2012 #2 Memo: pdf of motion to stay received by email this date.
06/13/2012 RE#1: The petition for relief under Mass. R. App. P. 6(a) is denied because the requirements of the rule have not been met. The records does not indicate that a motion to stay was filed in the lower court, nor has the petitioner shown that such a motion is or was not practicable (Wolohojian, J.) *Notice/Attest.
06/18/2012 Motion to reconsider paper #1, filed by Carol Grey.
06/20/2012 RE#2: The motion for reconsideration is denied. The appellant has not shown that filing a motion for stay in the first instance in the probate court is impracticable but only that, in her counsel's view, such a motion is not likely to succeed. In any event, were I to consider the merits, I would conclude that the appellant has failed to show the likelihood of irreparable harm. (Wolohojian, J.) *Notice/Attest.