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Sheryl Rae Ghezzi

Lincolnwood Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. At what age can a child be forced into visitation by the police with a non custodial parent in illinois, dupage county

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Judy A. Goldstein
    2. Gary L. Schlesinger
    3. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    4. David Alexander Browde
    4 lawyer answers

    At any age. When visitation is addressed in a court order, that visitation may be enforced until the court order is modified.

    1 lawyer agreed with this answer

  2. Been intimate with boss for ten yrs, can he fire because i want to end the relationship

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Josh Michael Friedman
    2. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    2 lawyer answers

    This is a complicated situation which, if handled properly, may allow you some compensation to go forward with your new life. If he dismisses your employment, you should immediately contact an Employment Rights Attorney to discuss your options as well as applying for unemployment. It would be beneficial for you to move out of the residence before you are put into a very awkward situation as you have minimal rights as a gratuitious guest in his home. A consultation with a good general...

  3. Is she entitled to any of the value of the new car come the final orders?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    1 lawyer answer

    Anything you buy during the marriage with money earned during the marriage is considered marital property. Until the divorce is over it may be advisable to lease rather than purchase a vehicle. Generally, the Court will award each party their respective vehicles in the divorce taking into consideration any equity you have in this particular asset.

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  4. Will the government know about our prenup agreement?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Marshal Shawn Willick
    2. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    2 lawyer answers

    Your prenuptial is confidential. So long as you, your fiance and your attorney (who is bound by law to confidentiality) do not disclose its existence, it remains a secret. Good Luck and Congratulations on your marriage. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi

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  5. Alimony Modification

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Thomas S. Durst
    2. Cristian Michael Towers
    3. Ronald Glenn Lieberman
    4. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    4 lawyer answers

    Each Court has its own procedures for discovery of information necessary for a modification. It depends on what information is relevant to your particular circumstances. Contact the court where your judgment for dissolution of marriage was entered and request any forms which must be completed for the judge to modify your support.

  6. My spouse is in the Military residing in a different state. In which, he filed his taxes as married filing jointly.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    2. Henry Daniel Lively
    2 lawyer answers

    The Internal Revenue Service has a procedure which addresses this situation. I would suggest you review information at www.irs.gov.

  7. Should I refute my ex-husband's accusations?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    1 lawyer answer

    Harassing emails and texts are becoming quite common as an incident of divorce. His accusations are just that, accusations, until you respond. I would suggest you keep records of all these accusations and if the time comes and you need to refute their suggestions before a Court of Law, with the help of an experienced attorney, refute them then. Anything nasty or disrespectful you respond may be used against you so it is better to avoid making a record. Contact an experienced family...

  8. Father is in the miltary and shares legal custody of child with mother, both live in different states.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Matthew Henry Miller
    2. Sheryl Rae Ghezzi
    2 lawyer answers

    First, if a Judgment for Dissolution of Marriage was entered, the State in which it was entered generally retains jurisdiction with respect to child custody matters. You should seek a modification of that portion of the Judgment which granted shared/joint custody. The current court order remains in effect until a subsequent court order is granted. Contact the Court where your Judgment was entered and they can direct you in the proper procedure if you cannot afford to retain an attorney.

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