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I completed the proceedings and received the judgement on a debtor, now I would like to have an attorney collect the money owed to me as it is near impossible to locate the individual since they move quite often. The individual refuses to pay and ...
You are wise to seek the services of a collection attorney. Clearly your debtor is slippery and collection will be difficult if not impossible. Hopefully you have some information, such as employer and/or bank account. Your collections lawyer will know how to begin. You can locate lawyers by clicking on the Find a Lawyer link at the top of this page. Try not to throw good money after bad if you find collection is impossible.See question
My husband and I have a property in Chicago. The tenant failed to pay their rent for the last two months of their lease. The agreement ended 12/31. They moved out after the new year. The tenant's adult daughter is still on the property and has bee...
Self help is not permitted. You need to evict the tenant. Your best approach would be to hire a lawyer to assist you because if you try to DIY and do it improperly, you case will be dismissed and you will have to start all over again. Tenants' rights are especially protected in Chicago. Do hire counsel, and best wishes.See question
A salesman from idt energy came knocking on my door asking me to sign up to get lower electricity bills. I am single live in a single apartment and my bill just came out to 400 dollars when it should not exceed 100 to 150 dollars. And my comed bil...
This online forum cannot help you. Look at your bill and contact the approrpiate agency to cancel IDT and return to ComEd.See question
When I was seventeen I was convicted of drug trafficking I was a kid nonetheless I was stupid made a dumb decision that has hindered me for years in moving forward in my career I was charged with a felony at the time I was a resident of Rockford I...
Pardons (executive clemency) take a very log time and are rare, but not unheard of. Rather than seeking online answers, you would be better advised to consult with a skilled criminal defense attorney who can discuss your options and provide legal advice.See question
I put my girlfriend on title to my house when I was getting divorced. I don't have next of kin. She and I are finished and I want her off. I paid cash for the house and she hasn't contributed anything? I figure I must go to court to argue for her ...
Going to court will not help you. You have done a foolish thing, especially if the quit claim deed was recorded. You cannot simply upset chain of title by reversing the QC deed. Consider seeking legal help to acquire a new QC deed back to you from the ex GF. You really need a lawyer to help you. Merely refinancing will probably not do the trick as the your ex GF will remain on title. If you have the original QC deed AND it was not recorded, you are in better shape and can probably destroy the document but first speak with a real estate lawyer or the lawyer who helped you with the divorce.See question
About a year and a half ago now I was arrested for an assault. I got into an argument with a contractor over excessive metal shaving all over the side walk as I was walking to the bus stop. I threatened to report him and his crew to the city and h...
A copy of the ar rest dismisal would be helpful, but better yet, get that arrest expunged. Here are the forms you will need: http://www.illinoiscourts.gov/Forms/approved/expungement/expungement.asp
You can seek expungement without an attorney. If and when you qualify for expungement can be reviewed at the following links.
For Cook County:
http://126.96.36.199/newsite/GI_NEWS/newscontent/Events/2016/2016ExpungementandSealingPacket .pdf (Cut and paste link into browser.)
or for outside Cook but still in Illinois, go to: http://www.illinois.gov/osad/Expungement/Pages/default.aspx
I would suggest you first obtain a certified copy of the disposition of your case. You can get it from the Clerk of the Circuit Court where your case was heard. TSee question
Yesterday was my last court date for a driving undersuspended lisense the case has been closed for many months I was just going back to court every month to pay a little of the balance I owed. Now yesterday was my last court date and I was gonna f...
Payu your fiune and ask the clerk if it is necesary t bring your case back to court.See question
Had 2 dogs that got fleas got rid of the dogs but house still has fleas.
Instead of worrying about your landlord suing, how about paying for an exterminator?See question