• NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION ...

NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PETITION TO
INVOLUNTARILY
TERMINATE PARENTAL
RIGHTS
In Re: James William Sekely
a/k/a James Sekely, a minor,
No. CP-02-AP-077-2018, Mark
Lee Louis Sekely a/k/a Mark
Sekely, a minor, No. CP-02-
AP-078-2018, and Sarah Grace
Adele Sekely a/k/a Sara
Sekely, a minor, No. CP-02-
AP-079-2018, in the Orphans'
Court Division of the Court of
Common Pleas of Allegheny
County, Pennsylvania.
To: Kelly Jean Probo a/k/a Kelly
Probo and Louis Andrew
Sekely, Jr. a/k/a Louis Sekely,
parents of James William
Sekely a/k/a James Sekely, a
minor born on November 5,
2008, in Monroeville,
Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania, Mark Lee Louis
Sekely a/k/a Mark Sekely, a
minor born on January 15,
2014, in Monroeville,
Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania, and Sarah
Grace Adele Sekely a/k/a Sara
Sekely, a minor born on June
8, 2015, in Monroeville,
Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania.
Petitions have been filed
asking the court to put an end
to all rights you have to your
children, James William Sekely
a/k/a James Sekely, Mark Lee
Louis Sekely a/k/a Mark
Sekely, and Sarah Grace Adele
Sekely a/k/a Sara Sekely. The
court has set a hearing to
consider ending your rights to
your children. That hearing will
be held at The Family Court
Building, 550 Fifth Avenue,
Pittsburgh, PA 15219 on
Tuesday, January 29, 2019, at
10:00 a.m., prevailing time,
before the Honorable Kim
Berkeley Clark. You are
warned that even if you fail to
appear at the scheduled
hearing, the hearing will go on
without you and your rights to
your children may be ended
by the court without your
being present. You have a
right to be represented at the
hearing by a lawyer. You
should take this paper to your
lawyer at once. If you do not
have a lawyer or cannot afford
one, go to or telephone the
office set forth below to find
out where you can get legal
help.
This is also to inform you of an
important option that may be
available to you under
Pennsylvania law. Act 101 of
2010 allows for an
enforceable voluntary
agreement for continuing
contact or communication
following an adoption
between an adoptive parent, a
child, a birth parent, and/or a
birth relative of the child, if all
parties agree and the
voluntary agreement is
approved by the court. If you
are interested in learning
more about this option for a
voluntary agreement, contact
your attorney or:
Lawyer Referral Service
The Allegheny County
Bar Association
Koppers Building, 4th Floor
436 Seventh Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Telephone: (412) 261-5555
Andrew F. Szefi,
County Solicitor
Melaniesha L. J. Abernathy,
Attorney at Law
Children, Youth and Families
445 Ft. Pitt Boulevard,
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 350-4243,
Attorneys for Petitioner
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PostedJanuary 11, 2019