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MA - in person or remote

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Under the Radar Member
No idea. But bear in mind that circumstances may have changed dramatically (for one or both of you) since your last posts on the matter...


Senior Member
Remotely if possible: see https://www.mass.gov/probate-and-family-court-rules/probate-and-family-court-standing-order-2-20-as-amended-july-1-2020

A. Telephonic/Videoconference/Virtual Hearings

Whenever practical and possible, the Court shall conduct hearings by telephone or videoconference rather than having people appear in person or rescheduling event dates. The Probate and Family Court may also consider matters through an administrative review process and determine motions in accordance with Rule 78.

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