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2008 Nov 4- Transcript Hearing Judge Debenham- denting child to attend Granny's Funeral

2008 Nov 4- Transcript Hearing Judge Debenham- denting child to attend Granny's Funeral

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SHAWNEE COUNTY,KANSASTHIRTEENTH DIVISIONVS.HAL RICHARDSONPETITIONER,
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CLAUDINE DOMBROWSKI )RESPONDENT. )Case No. : 96-D-217
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TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGSPROCEEDINGS had before the Honorable David B.Debenham, Judge of Division 13 of the District Court of ShawneeCounty, Kansas, at Topeka, Kansas on the 4
th
day of November,2008.APPEARANCES:The Petitioner, Mr. Hal Richardson, appears in person and byand through counsel, Don Hoffman. 112 West 7
th
Street, TopekaKansas 66603.The Respondent, Ms. Dombroski, appears in person and
pro se.
3120 SE Minnesota, Topeka, Kansas 66605.
 
THE COURT: The Court would call the case of
In the matter of Hal Richardson and Claudine Dombroski, 96-0-217.
Appearances, please.MR. HOFFMAN: Hal Richardson appears in person with DonHoffman.MS. DOMBROSKI: And the Respondent appears
pro sa.
Unable to afford counsel, Your Honor.THE COURT: I'm sorry, you appear
pro 
se?MS. DOMBROSKI: I appear
pro sa.
THE COURT: Okay. Ms. Dombroski, this is your motionfor a temporary order allowing the minor child to attend thegrandmother's funeral.MS. DOMBROSKI: Yes, Your Honor.THE COURT: Okay. Is there anything you want to addoutside of what's in your motion?MS. DOMBROSKI: I believe the case pretty much speaks for
itself.
THE COURT: Okay. We have got to- the hearing-you're going to have to speak up, because Ijust can't hear you.
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MS. DOMBROSKI: Not at this time, I don't.THE COURT: Okay. Mr. Hoffman?MR. HOFFMAN: Your Honor, this case has a huge history to
it,
and for a long, long, period of time now, the contact that has beenallowed between the mother and this thirteen-year-old girl has beensupervised. And the supervision part of all of this in recent times hasall been really at the request of the child. And so quite candidly, Mr.Richardson is not opposed to there being contact. The problem thatwe have here is that quite honestly, without coaching, withoutprovocation, this little girl doesn't want to go on the terms that areoutlined by her mother's motion. I believe that she would be okaywith going to the service. She wants her father to take her. We'reokay with that. We will do that.But jf the Court were to grant this motion, I can assure you,from our understanding, it would be against the wishes of this child, itwould be against the recommendation of the
Guardian ad Lite
andit would be inconsistent with the current orders of the case.Unfortunately, about the time a judge gets familiar with this file,we have these transfers. And I feel bad that you have had to be, you/ ~\ know, baptism of fire right off the bat with this case because it has

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