Me and my soon to be ex don't agree on custody she lives in Tennessee and has several DUI's I live in Illinois and don't have any arrests since 2010. Our daughter was appointed a gardian at litem I was just curious if she comes to the house or if ...
The guardian ad litem has discretion to make home visits or to visit with parties or interested persons in the office or in any location deemed appropriate. Contact the GAL and find out how he or she wishes to proceed.See question
Black mercedes with blacked out windows is parked outside. I dont know where the owner is and definitely doesnt live in the neighborhood. He has on board camera trained on our home. I understand him protecting his car but it freaks me out that m...
W@hy on earth are you asking this question online rather than making a police report?See question
My sister-in-law was selected for the dv-lottery program. We are working on completing the online forms for her and her family. Thank you!
This is an immigration question. have changed the practice area to attract those who can answer.See question
My spouse is a student and I am working in OPT.
This appears to be an immigration question so I have changed the practice area to attract the immigration attorneys.See question
I'm going to keep this short. My girlfriend and I live together, we just had a son, I'm the child's father and I pay the majority of our bills, my name is on the birth certificate as the father of our child. Here's my question: If my girlfriend wa...
The child's mother cannot move out of state with your child, provided you are legally the father. She can try, and you can retain counsel and go to court to force the child's return. Your first course of action is to consult with a family law attorney in your area and get a parenting order (now called allocation judgment) entered. Do that sooner rather than later. You are lucky to have so many great family law practitioners in the greater Chicago metro area. Speak to several and hire the one you like the best.See question
My child's father in in jail
Marriage has no effect on the length of a prison sentence.See question
Facts: June 2011, Chapter 7 discharge, 2 years ago Foreclosure surrenders key. 2 years ago, bought a condo "not in our name but in our daughters name because we do not qualify because of the foreclosure. My daughter is qualified even though She ...
Drafting a deed conveying real estate does not remove the underlying obligation on the mortgage. It is very rare for a lender to agree to simply remove an obligor under the facts you have presented. The only way to remove a person from and mortgage obligation is to refinance.See question
I filed two motions and the hearing date was set to 10/28/2016. I wanted to change the hearing date to 9/29/2016. So I filed another motion to change the hearing date. The hearing date of the motion to change court date was now set to 9/29/2016. I...
The answer to your question depends upon the content of the order entered. Not enough information is provided and since you appear to be unrepresented by counsel, you need to review your documents carefully. You would be much better served by consulting with a lawyer who can review all your documents and advise you based upon the facts of your case.See question
How hard will it be for my boyfriend to file for a divorce he's been separated for 15 years. He has a grown daughter hasn't taken care of his wife for 15 years.She had a job paid her own bills they have no property together.
It will not be difficult for your boyfriend to file for divorce. You should hire an attorney and do so.See question
I have submitted my parenting plan and my ex and his lawyer are stalling and keep saying they are not done even though we went to court with what was supposed to be the final plan. The judge has set a new date which is Oct 6th but still no draft p...
There is no way of answering for certain, but it is possible the judge will rule. It appears that your spouse has an attorney and you are unrepresented. That is not a wise position on your part. Hire local counsel to assist you. In the long run, it will be much better off legally as well as financially.See question