#Chicago #Detailed #Family #Lawyer needed for 2 cases. One which is on a fixed income and the second is to get my children declared as heirs to high profile legendary family.
Child has been adopted. Arrearage still exist. Divorce order has no termination date. My attorney made a request to my ex's attorney to file the motion instead of doing it himself. He's not doing his job so I need to do it for him. I'm a full-time...
Your question doesn't make sense, to me. If I get this right, you married, fathered a child, divorced, and then another man adopted that child. If that's right, then:
1: Go to the divorce court to spread of record he fact of the adoption and terminate child support.
2: Pay off the arrearage + interest.
The link below will help.See question
How long do I have to wait before its considered abandonment? The 7yr old needs to be in school but the district won't allow me to enroll him.
You do't have to wait. Talk with a lawyer and get in to court right away.See question
I am wondering if I can live with my mother or a family member if she okays it.
Assuming you're a minor, you would probably live with your mother. If your father is incarcerated and you're not living with your mother, with whom are you living?See question
my ex has not paid child support and i want to file a petition for him to pay the back child support, i cant afford a lot of attorney fees as i make bare minimum to survive, can an attorney ask for fees in the petition to court and can it be gran...
Recovery of your attorney's fees is likely, assuming your ex has the ability to pay support and simply chooses not to. You should call an attorney. The links below will help.See question
Can anyone tell me the changes in the new custody bill that take effect Jan 1 2016 and how it will change cases that are in progress ready for trial and 2 experts produced reports and a 3rd report as well. So are these experts custody reports null...
The new law applies to pending cases. If your case was started in 2013 and you swear in witnesses for the first time 2 January 2016 . . . the testimony and evidence will all be governed by the new law. If fact, you won't be fighting about "custody," at all . . . you'll be fighting over "allocation of parental responsibility."
The link below has a clickable link to the text of the new law -- you can read it and figure out all the changes for yourself . . . or ask your lawyer.See question
His children do not allow me to attend weddings, holidays etc.. His home was signed over to them, so they changed the locks on the doors and won't allow me to see him or call him.
This is a ridiculous answer. When you show up on private property uninvited you're liable to be hauled off for trespassing. Talk with a lawyer.See question
My boyfreind had an order of protection granted against him by his ex-girlfreind. She has plenty of people willing to lie and streach the truth for her plus he was without a laywer so they granted her request. Now she has show up in the same plac...
Has he considered hiring a lawyer? One thing YOU could do would be to hire a lawyer for him.See question
My husband and I have independently from each other and without knowledge filed two separate divorce cases, with him having filed 2 days prior. However he has filed and not attempted or scheduled service of papers to me. Now 3 weeks later my attor...
First to file wins. Even if they are inot separate counties. Your lawyer should have explained this to you. Latter filed case gets consolidated into first-filed case. Latter filed Petition becomes a Counter-Petition.See question
He plans on being there for me , supporting us and being a family . We had already planned on getting married some time this year . My family is fine with the whole situation and they will not press charges but I've heard that the state can. Could...
Illinois has a "Romeo and Julittee law." He's got some exposure, here, but because of that law and because your ages are close, it isnt nearly as bad as it could be. He needs to consult with an attorney.See question