2008
12.19

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
CIVIL ACTION – LAW

SONYA HEALY                                                                                                               : #2007-12477
                                                                                                      
VS.       
      
TERANCE HEALY
   

REQUEST FOR EXPLANATION OF EX PARTE RULING

I.   REQUEST FOR EXPLANATION

1. Judge Arthur Tilson issued an ex-parte order on June 25, 2008 ordering, decreeing and directing that the Defendant’s son be permitted to leave the United States.

2. The Temporary Ex Parte Order was issued without any proceeding, conference or hearing.

3. The Temporary Ex Parte Order was issued without Terance Healy having any opportunity to respond to the petition.

4. The Temporary Ex Parte Order was issued based on fraudulent information provided by Sonya Healy.

5. The Temporary Ex Parte Order was immediately followed up with another Emergency Petition from Sonya Healy after Terance Healy submitted his response indicating the fraud in the Plaintiff’s initial petition.

6. The subsequent Emergency Petition threatened to have Terance Healy incarcerated should he have any objection.

7. Terance Healy has been under constant terror caused by the Plaintiff and her attorney’s since he discovered in May 2007 that his wife had been planning for divorce for 5 months.

8. Terance Healy is the biological father of Brennan Healy with shared legal custody equal to that of the biological mother.

9. The Ex Parte Order issued by Judge Tilson would not have been upheld according to the Hague Convention because it was not issued following due process.

10. The Ex Parte Order denied Terance Healy his parental rights and completely disregarded his  input in this decision directly affecting his son.

The Defendant requests an explanation for the court’s decision and an indication of what information in the petition filed by Sonya Healy would warrant that he should be denied his right to be a father to his son and not provided any opportunity to respond before the court ruled.

The Defendant requests an explanation of why there was no attempt to contact him regarding the matter before the Ex Parte Order was issued.

The Defendant requests an explanation of why this petition, which had been deemed by Judge DelRicci to be ‘not an emergency’ when filed on June 16, 2007, was deemed an Emergency and the Ex Parte Order issued.

The Defendant requests to be informed of the content and participants of any ex parte communication in this matter which may have influenced the court.

The Defendant would like to understand why his previous effort to obtain information was ignored.

V. SUMMARY

The Defendant has witnessed how his family has been annihilated by the manipulations of the plaintiff’s attorneys which have been remarkably successful at manipulating numerous persons in positions of responsibility and persons with the power of  making determinations and recommendations which directly affect his family.

Once manipulated into a position, their actions are inexplicable.  There has been no explanation offered by anyone involved in this matter as to why the Defendant has been denied contact, communication, or any visitation with his son.

The Defendant avers and maintains his statement that the Plaintiff in this matter has indicated to his son that she has committed several serious criminal acts against his father.  In an attempt to protect his mother from prosecution, defendant’s son has sacrificed his relationship with his father and his extended family.

Without trying to force his son into a situation where he would be responsible for revealing his mother’s criminal activity, the Defendant has attempted to work with authorities on the issue.  However, each authoritiy has inexplicably not performed their professional responsibility or fallen in the trappings of the manipulations.  As such, Defendant’s son is additionally protecting each of those in authority who have allowed themselves to be manipulated into improper action. 

It is a  tremendous psychological burden for a 16 year old forced to sacrifice not only his relationship with his father and his extended family, but to watch those involved repeatedly attack his father personally, professionally, financially and emotionally all the while knowing his father has done nothing to deserve the complete annihilation of his family.  The child is victimized knowing the terror his father has experienced and has reason to be fearful if the power of everyone involved were to be brought down on himself.  There is no possible exit from this situation for the child, or his father.

It is clear that only party considering what is in the best interest of the child in this case has been his father. 
Respectfully Submitted,

 
Terance Healy, Pro Se

 

 

 

 

 

 
I verify that the statements made in this document are true and correct.  I understand that false statements herein are made subject to the Penalties of PA. C.S. Section 4904, relating to unsworn falsification to authorities.

 

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Terance Healy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Attachments

1. June 16, 2008 
Defendant’s Emergency Petition For Special Relief

2. June 17, 2008 
Not An Emergency by Judge DelRicci

3. June 25, 2008  
Defendant’s Letter regarding scheduling and dates       
(Judge DelRicci maintained Not an Emergency when contacted by his staff.)

4. June 24, 2008 
Plaintiff’s Emergency Petition for Special Relief in Custody

5. June 25, 2008 
Emergency/Signed Temporary Ex Parte Order for Relief by Judge Tilson

6. June 25, 2008 
Copy of  Temporary Ex Parte Order for Relief

7. June 27, 2008 
Letter advising Judge DelRicci of Robert Angst’s failure to act with regard  to Court Order from May 19 2008.

8. July 1, 2008 
Letter to Judge Tilson with Defendant’s Response to Emergency Petition for Special  Relief

9. July 1, 2008 
Defendant’s Response to Emergency Petition for Special Relief in Custody

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
June 16, 2008 
Defendant’s Emergency Petition For Special Relief
 

 
June 17, 2008 
Not An Emergency by Judge DelRicci
 

 
June 25, 2008  
Defendant’s Letter regarding scheduling and dates       
(Judge DelRicci maintained Not an Emergency when contacted by his staff.)
 

 
June 24, 2008 
Plaintiff’s Emergency Petition for Special Relief in Custody
 

 
June 25, 2008 
Emergency/Signed Temporary Ex Parte Order for Relief
by Judge Tilson
 

 
June 25, 2008 
Copy of  Temporary Ex Parte Order for Relief
 

 
June 27, 2008 
Letter advising Judge DelRicci of Robert Angst’s failure to act with regard to Court Order from May 19 2008.
 

 
July 1, 2008 
Letter to Judge Tilson with Defendant’s Response to Emergency Petition for Special Relief
 

 
July 1, 2008 
Defendant’s Response to Emergency Petition for Special Relief in Custody

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