Massachusetts Probate and Family Court: Pretrial Memorandum

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If you’re involved in a legal dispute in Probate and Family Court, you must file a memorandum with the court before your pretrial conference. The document is essentially a summary of your case. You need to tell the court what facts and laws are being contested as well as what evidence and witnesses will be presented at trial.

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