Special Probate Notice

Published on March 04, 2017, 12:00 am
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State of Maine

Probate Court                                                                                                                                                                      Alfred
York, ss

Special Probate Notice

Notice is hereby given that after due diligence, the whereabouts of Joseph Ruiz cannot be ascertained. He is believed to have an interest in the estate of Jocelyn Ruiz.

Joseph Ruiz is hereby notified that a Petition for Appointment of Co-Guardians of Minor has been presented by Bernard Van Damme, 22 First Street, Berwick, Maine 03901 and that a hearing has been scheduled on this petition to take place on April 5, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. The action or order sought in this petition, including an order against you requiring the payment of child support, attorney’s fees, and such other financial contributions as the Court may deem proper, may be granted if no interested person appears at the hearing to object. You may also file a written objection to the petition, but the filing of such written objection will not substitute for appearance at the hearing unless the Court so orders. If you file a written objection, you must send a copy to the petitioner whose name, address and telephone number is Bernard Van Damme of 22 First Street, Berwick, Maine 03901, telephone number (603) 418-4116.

This notice complies with Probate Rule 4 of the Maine Rules of Probate Procedure and the Maine Probate Code.

Dated: February 21, 2017                                                                                              

Carol Lovejoy
Register of Probate


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