Addressing an email to a "master" or "special master"

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RonZesty
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Addressing an email to a "master" or "special master"

Postby RonZesty » Mon Jan 31, 2011 11:56 pm

Does anyone know the correct protocol for addressing an email to a Master (Master, Family Division, Circuit Court of X)?

Dear Master Smith? Dear Judge Smith?

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Julio_El_Chavo
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Re: Addressing an email to a "master" or "special master"

Postby Julio_El_Chavo » Mon Jan 31, 2011 11:57 pm

RonZesty wrote:Does anyone know the correct protocol for addressing an email to a Master (Master, Family Division, Circuit Court of X)?

Dear Master Smith? Dear Judge Smith?


Isn't a master just a practicing lawyer who acts as a sort of state-sanctioned expert witness on certain matters? I would just address him or her as Mr. or Ms.




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