Judge Sahagain granted temporary guardianship for a period expiring on July 11, 2000. Id. 22.The plaintiff claims that her due process rights were violated by the Middlesex Probate andFamily Court for failure to follow procedural due process law, more specifically M.G.L. 215 s. 6
( c ) which requires “notice to both parents”. Whereas a citation was issued to return on July 5,
2000 on an emergency basis clearly shows that this order exceeded the five days required underM.G.L 215 s. 6 ( c ). Id. 23.Plaintiff hereby alleges that the custody of the minor child was removed from her illegally.Id.26. A.
) Plaintiff alleges the minor child was illegally removed from her physical custody.B.
) lack of evidence in case file to prove plaintiff unfit.C.
) proper notice wasn‟t given
On August 9, 2001 the Paternal Grandfather, Peter Tringali filed a motion for child support. Ahearing was scheduled for September 10, 2001 under docket number 99P 5181GM. Id. 27.On September 10, 2001 the Paternal Grandfather, Peter Tringali withdrew his motion for childsupport. Id. 28.On September 20, 2001 Lucia Miller for the DOR/CSE filed a complaint for modification of Judgment dated August 29,1996 on behalf of theDepartment of Transitional Assistance (hereinafter the
“DTA” ) against Leisha Eshbach under
docket number 96D 1305. Id. 29.On October 18, 2001 a summons was issued to Leisha Eshbach. Id. 30.Plaintiff asserts that her legal name is Leisha Tringali. Plaintiff further asserts that her legal nameis not now nor ever was her name Leisha Eshbach. Id. 31.Plaintiff declares any order that names Leisha Eshbach can not be enforceable upon plaintiff without violating her due process rights.Id. 32.On or about April 18, 2002 the DTA motioned for temporary orders for support against LeishaEshbach. The DTA further requested for financial statement against Leisha Eshbach.Id.33.The DTA motioned for Child Support against Leisha Eshbach. Id. 34.Plaintiff asserts that her legal name is Leisha Tringali. Plaintiff further asserts that her legal nameis not now nor ever was her name Leisha Eshbach. Id. 35.Plaintiff declares any order that names Leisha Eshbach can not be enforceable upon plaintiff without violating her due process rights.Id. 36.On June 25, 2002 Hannah Attuso filed notice of appearance for DOR/CSE as counsel for DTAwith the Middlesex Probate and Family Court ( Donnnelly, J. ) The DTA motioned theMiddlesex Probate and Family Court to request for financial statement against Leisha Eshbach.Id. 39.