Hi, with regard to your new posting:
In Arizona Family Court when we filed the Objection to Extension, it had my son's (Petitioner) original signature on it.
He attached the Petition to Redress which you said earlier that you thought was "ok". I don't know what you mean by a petition to 'redress', as I don't know your case. But the Petition is likely a separate act - attaching it/stapling it may get it hidden in the paperwork, so you may not know if the clerk even noted it was there. The top page is generally the Notice of Motion/Petition, but if that was stuck behind other papers, it may not have seen. This is a logistical problem.
The Petition was not signed by my son as he submitted the Petition on behalf of his disabled son and his sister. The person who filed for us said the documents HAD ot be filed as one/Objection since there was not an original signature on the second document/Petiton. I'm assuming your son has POA or some other authority to be submitting on behalf of these other family members. If not, he may be committing "the unlicensed practice of law" - although that is a totally separate issue...If the clerk who acceppted the filing said the oppostion should be together (stapled?) with the petition, than I would likely do as this particular court prefers. However, without a signature on the petition, it likely generally fails technically. HOwever, it wouldn't be the first time a court let little rules slip, so only time will tell.
Do you forsee this as a problem? I see it as a 50/50 - does the judge catch AND care that the petition isn't signed? If not, you're likely good to go. If not, the petition will have to be refiled. The Petition for Redress of Grievences was relative to a Discrimination charge of my disabled grandson.
Please advise asap.