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Docket No. SU15A0059CW Cayden A. Vilgrain

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

The Trial Court

SUFFOLK Probate and Family Court

24 New Chardon Street, Boston, MA, 02114

617-788-8300

Docket No. SU15A0059CW

Notice of Petition for Termination of Parental Rights G.L.c. 210 Section 3.

In the matter of Cayden A. Vilgrain

To Marie Vilgrain of Mattapan, MA, Marc Lee Vilgrain of Brockton, MA and any unknown or unnamed father, parent(s) of the above named child. *A putative father will not have standing as a party to this case without a voluntary acknowledgement of parentage or an adjudication of paternity. A petition has been presented to said court by Department of Children and Families, representing that the parent(s) of the said child lack(s) current ability, capacity, fitness and readiness to assume parental responsibility for the child; that the petitioner’s plan for the child will serve the child’s best interests; and, requesting that this Honorable Court enter a decree under the provisions of the General Laws of Massachusetts, Chapter 210, Section 3, that shall have the effect of terminating the rights of the person (s) named herein to receive notice of or to consent to any legal proceeding affecting the custody, guardianship, adoption or other disposition of the child named herein.

If you desire to object thereto, you or your Attorney must file a written appearance in said Court at: Boston on or before ten o’clock in the morning (10:00 AM) on 02/08/2018

IMPORTANT NOTICE

You are entitled to the appointment of an Attorney if you are an indigent person. An indigent person is defined by SJC RULE 3:10. The definition includes but is not limited to persons receiving AFCD, EAEDC, poverty related veteran’s benefits, food stamps, refugee resettlement benefits, Medicaid, and SSI. The Court will determine if you are indigent. Contact an Assistant Judicial Case Manager/Adoptions Clerk of the Court on or before the date listed above to obtain the necessary forms.

WITNESS, Hon. Brian J. Dunn, First Justice of this Court.

Date: November 29, 2017

Terri Klug Cafazzo

Register of Probate