Disputes arise in many situations, but imagine one where you do not have a legal remedy. This legal guide is intended to reflect a fact pattern in the State of Illinois. 1) In any dispute you should first determine what your rights are and whether you have a legal remedy. You sh...
Your insurance company or the insurance company of the other driver may want to interview you by phone. This article is intended to give a few helpful tips in advance.
Illinois is a marital property state. This issue usually arises during divorce proceedings in Illinois where the parties acquire real and personal property during their marriage. Property acquired during a marriage in Illinois is considered marital property which means that it be...
Some people who are detained by police end up being approached by a State's Attorney at the police station. This is a legal guide with tips on how to protect yourself in this situation.
Thousand of homeowners in the U.S. are facing foreclosure on their homes. Many have entered into mortgage modification agreements, without understanding their rights. This guide offers a few safety tips.
This guide is intended to help divorced fathers who are seeking to have parenting time with their children.
A mortgage and note are legally binding documents. If you want to keep your home, you will have to keep your monthly mortgage payments current. However, mortgage companies make mistakes too and there have been instances in which a mortgage company will stop accepting payments.
Anyone can be named in a lawsuit. This process starts with the case being filed and the courthouse and then having the named defendants served with a summons and complaint.
Illinois Supreme Court Rule 137 requires that there be proper investigation, before a lawsuit is filed in Illinois. Furthermore, this rule requires that any lawsuit filed be "well grounded in fact and warranted by existing law." Failure to follow this rule can result in a lawyer ...