IN THE MATTER OF PROCEEDING FOR CUSTODY AND/OR VISITATION UNDER ARTICLE 6 OF FAMILY COURT ACT

Docket No. V-06334-15/15B, Motion No. M-434.

2017 NY Slip Op 67516(U)

IN THE MATTER OF A PROCEEDING FOR CUSTODY AND/OR VISITATION UNDER ARTICLE 6 OF THE FAMILY COURT ACT. PAMELA N., Petitioner-Respondent v. AARON A., Respondent-Appellant.

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, First Department.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

KENNETH M. TUCCILLO, ESQ. , ATTORNEY FOR THE CHILD.

Present: Hon. Peter Tom, Justice Presiding, David Friedman, John W. Sweeny, Jr., Rolando T. Acosta, Dianne T. Renwick, Justices.


Rina Mais, Esq., Family Court attorney for the subject child, having moved on said child's behalf for leave to respond, as a poor person, to the appeal taken from the order of the Family Court, Bronx County (Docket No. V-06334-15/15B), entered on or about November 28, 2016, for assignment of counsel, a free copy of the transcript, and for related relief.

Now, upon reading and filing the papers with respect to the motion, and due deliberation having been had thereon,

It is ordered that the motion is granted to the extent of (1) assigning, pursuant to Article 18b of the County Law and §1120 of the Family Court Act, Kenneth M. Tuccillo, Esq., 591 Warburton Avenue, #576, Hastings on Hudson, New York, NY 10706, Telephone No. (914) 439-4843, as counsel for purposes of responding to the appeal on the child's behalf; (2) permitting movant to respond to the appeal upon a reproduced respondent's brief, on condition that one copy of such brief be served upon the attorney for respondent-appellant and 8 copies thereof are filed with this Court. (See M-429, decided simultaneously herewith.)


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