Order Of Notice In Family Cases

Published on June 03, 2013, 2:28 pm
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DOCKET NO.: LLI-FA-12-4011625-S                           SUPERIOR COURT
Samuels, Leroy Plaintiff                                                  J.D. OF LITCHFIELD
vs.                                                                                        AT LITCHFIELD
Martin, Normalyn Defendant                                          JANUARY 31, 2012


NOTICE TO: Martin, Normalyn

The Court has reviewed the Motion for Order of Notice and the Complaint/Application/Motion which asks for:

divorce (dissolution of marriage)

The Court finds that the current address of the party to be notified is unknown and that all reasonable efforts to find him / her have failed. The Court also finds that the last known address of the party to be notified was: 3739 Paulding Avenue, Bronx, NY 10469. The Court orders that notice be given to the party to be notified by having a State Marshal or other proper officer place a legal notice in: The Bronx Daily, a newspaper circulating in Bronx, New York containing a true and attested copy of this Order of Notice, and, if accompanying a Complaint for divorce (dissolution of marriage), complaint for dissolution of civil union, legal separation or annulment, or if accompanying an Application for custody or visitation, a statement that Automatic Court Orders have been issued in the case as required by Section 25-5 of the Connecticut Practice Book and are a part of the Complaint/Application on file with the Court.

The notice should appear before 06/18/2013 and proof of service shall be filed with this Court.

Mark Shea
Deputy Chief Clerk

Julianne Ingham
Connecticut State Marshal
Litchfield County


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Order Of Notice


Order Of Notice