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Court Case Record THOMAS NARCISO vs. LAURA BARRETT & another 2013-J-0072 UID(64ad)


THOMAS NARCISO vs. LAURA BARRETT & another Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2013-J-0072


 
Case Number2013-J-0072
Case TitleTHOMAS NARCISO vs. LAURA BARRETT & another
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyNorfolk Probate & Family
CourtNorfolk Probate & Family
Court Address
Phone
Field Date02/12/2013
Close Date02/28/2013

Parties

CounselNameType
Theresa M. Lord, EsquireThomas NarcisoPlaintiff/Respondent
Laura BarrettPro Se Defendant/Petitioner
ChildDefendant
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
02/12/2013 #1 Memo: *** Financial Statement & GAL Report - Impounded ***
02/12/2013 #2 Affidavit of indigency, filed by Laura Barrett.
02/12/2013 #3 RE#1: Treated as a motion to waive the filing fee and allowed.
02/12/2013 #4 Motion to file late notice of appeal, filed by Laura Barrett.^
02/12/2013 #5 Copy of docket received from Norfolk Probate and Family Court.^
02/26/2013 #6 Copy of additional documents, received from Norfolk Probate & Family.
02/26/2013 Copy of papers 100, 101, 127 & 128, received from Norfolk Probate & Family.
02/28/2013 ORDER: Before me is the defendant mother's motion for an enlargement of time to file a notice of appeal from a judgment of the Probate and Family Court relating to her access to the parties' minor child and the appointment of a gatekeeper. Review of the trial court docket and the filings pertinent to the mother's motion reveals the following background: The mother filed a complaint for modification in the Probate and Family Court, dated July 11, 2011. The trial court entered a judgment of dismissal on mother's complaint for modification on April 23, 2012. The judgment of dismissal also resolved the plaintiff father's April 12, 2012 motion for a gatekeeper as to the mother's filings. The mother filed a notice of appeal, dated May 8, 2012, and entered on the trial court docket on May 11, 2012. Reasonably understood, that notice of appeal refers to the judgment of dismissal of her complaint for modification, including the court's ruling allowing the father's motion for a gatekeeper. Accordingly, the mother's notice of appeal from that judgment would appear to have been timely filed. To the extent there is any remaining doubt, the mother's notice of appeal, entered on the trial court docket on May 29, 2012, is deemed timely filed, nunc pro tunc, as to the trial court's April 23, 2012 judgment of dismissal of her complaint for modification and the allowance of the father's motion for a gatekeeper.So ordered. (Cohen, J.) . *Notice/Attest/Ordonez, J.