Dear Chief Justice Carey;
Many fathers, including myself, are subjected to "Permission to file rules in the Massachusetts Family and Probate Court." This policy is a clear violation of ones due process rights and it should stop. This policy often delays justice to families, usually fathers who are fighting for their right to see their children, AsI have.
The time clock on children's lives does not stop and this delay tactic by the court feeds into parental alienation as well as ones right for speedy justice. Please order your justices to not violate due process rights and stop the process of first requiring permission to file, when a party needs to or wants to file a motion. It is a tactic of the court that directly violates a persons legal rights, and I have been subject to that since 1993, and the order has not been vacated.
Does a temporary order in the family probate court have a exparation date? I am sending a copy of this letter to my State Rep and State Senator to inform them that this is one of the problems within the Family and Probate Court that needs to be addresses and stopped. Thank you.