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David Gotzh’s Legal Guides

21 total

  • Properly Serving Someone With Divorce Papers in Illinois

    Perfecting Service is Critical.

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  • Why Divorce Attorney's Cost So Much

    When choosing an attorney, keep the following scenario in mind.

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  • Divorce 101 in Illinois

    This step-by-step roadmap will cover the basics of an uncontested divorce in Illinois.

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  • Child Support Enforcement Issues for Illinois

    This video is an overview on issues surrounding Child Support and subsequent enforcement.

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  • Illinois Child Support Enforcement Options

    This is a broad overview of specific options one can explore when attempting to collect back owed support.

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  • Illinois Family Law - Basic Motion Practice

    This is a very broad discussion on motion practice for Illinois. As always, refer to your circuit rules and county customs FIRST before filing anything in court. Discussion is geared toward pro se parties.

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  • Illinois Family Law: Starting The Case

    This video gives a broad overview on how to start your Family Law case in Illinois. As always, check with your local rules and county customs FIRST. Even better, talk to a practioner that's familiar with your county for targeted guidance.

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  • Illinois Family Law - Temporary Orders

    Broad Overview on how termporary orders operate in Illinois. As always, check with the local rules of your circuit and customs of your county FIRST before filing anything. Even better, talk to a family law attorney in your are for specific guidance.

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  • Illinois Family Law - Pre-Trials

    This is a broad overview of the many unique tools for discovery. Discovery is the MOST important part of your case; bad/no discovery usually means game over.

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  • Illinois Family Law - College Contribution

    This is the most important court appearance you will make. Some people look at the trial as the "end all, be all." Smart practioners know better, it's the Pre-Trial that typically makes or breaks your case.

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