May I speak to the Judge or Master presiding over my case?

No, the Judge or Master is prohibited from speaking with you unless all parties involved in your matter are present.  They are also prohibited from receiving letters and electronic mail regarding your case.  All communication with a Judge or Master must occur during your hearing.  Should you have concerns that must be addressed, please discuss the situation with your lawyer.  

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1. How do I start a custody action?
2. How do I modify a custody action?
3. When are Family Court Motions?
4. How do I request a continuance of my custody-related matter?
5. How do I obtain a copy of my existing custody order?
6. How do I request information about an adoption that took place in Luzerne County?
7. May I speak to the Judge or Master presiding over my case?
8. Should I bring my children to court?
9. What Court staff is available to help me with my legal issue?
10. How do I obtain a transcript of my court proceeding?
11. Is divorce paperwork available to pro se litigants?