We do not want to renew the lease with two tenants who co-signed the lease. One of the tenants gave verbal notice in January to move at the end of March, but has now moved his girlfriend in and is trying to get a puppy against our wishes. We sent ...
rYou needt give your tenants a 30 DAY NOTICE OF TERMINATION OF TENANCY before the 1sr of March. The notice should be properly prepared and personally served to protect yourself from their not moving ut, which sounds that this may be likely, Do consult with an attorney to make sure this is done correctly, Many lawyers, including me, offer a free initial consultation for such matters.See question
i am 14 years old and i want my mother to sign over her parental rights to my sister
You need to determine whether your mom is willing to consent to either a Guardianship or Adoptive by your older sister. You would also need to give notice to the father before you can get this done.See question
I have a almost 12 year old son that wants my husband to adopt him and to have his last name changed to my husband's last name. My ex husband will not even give me his address. My ex had all his vistion rights removed back in 2009 tell he did wh...
You are required to give the biological father notice of an adoption. This requires making a diligent search to find him, but if you can show that after such search you can't locate the fa, you may give notice by publication. Do construction with an attorney who is well versed in adoption law and procedure, Many lawyers including me do offer a free initial consultation for such matters.See question
My ex husband is signing off on all his prental rights so that my son can be adopted by my husband. All of our divorce hearings have been done in the same county. So I am needing to know if I should do the adoption hearing there is the new cou...
Illinois law allows an adoption to be filed in any county. The choice is up to you. Some counties are more 'user friendly' to the process. It would be in your best interest to consult with one.or more attorneys who ar. e well versed in adoption law and procedure . Many attorneys do offer a free initial consultation for such matters, including me.See question
I'm 37, I'll be 38 in October,I want kids, but haven't had any,I just want to give the baby a better life, and LOVE her every step of the way, my friend said she can't take care of another baby, so I told her I will take her
you have placed you question in the category for Guardianship". I am not sure if that is what you want to do as a Guardianship is not permanent and the mother may ask to terminate this and ask for the child to be returned, You may want to consider adoption, if the mother agrees, Either way, you will also need o get consent from the father of the child. and this requires filing with the court and having a court order to protect yourself and the child, It would be in your best interest to consult with an attorney who is well versed in both guardianship and adoption to learn what is best foyour situation Many lawyers, including me, offer a free initial consultation for such matters,See question
I just want to get my son the father he knows he call my husband dad and hasn't soon the other man since he was six months old. Ready to start are lives as a full family. With out the worry of another man popping up.
you and your spouse need to file a Petition for Adoption and the bio dad can sign a consent to allow your adoption to proceed, You would be well served to have an attorney assist you with your adoption. Many lawyers, including me, offer free initial consultation for such mattersSee question
My step son whom I've spoken care of since dam near birth dob 2-12-00 and I want to adopt him he is my son I pay all his bills since day one and even moving to the state he's going to college in after he graduates I use to be married to his mom an...
You may beble to adopt this child if parenral rights of the bio dad can be terminated and oth the child and his mother are in agreement wit the adoption, Understand that if you are successful in adopting, you will hsae all the rights and responsibilities as if he was born to you. it is in your best interest to consult with a lawyer wo is well versed in adoption law and procedure. Many attorneys, including me, offer a free initial consult for such matters.See question
My daughter is 7 will be 8 this year, her biological father has seen her twice since birth and only asks about her when he wants something out of me. Which has only been 1-2 times since birth. We have offered constantly to allow him to see her but...
It is unclear from your questiion whether the husband you refer to is you current husband or an ex, Either way, her should be a way to accomplish your goal the bio dad either consents or his rights can be terminated by waiver or a finding of unfitness. It would be in your best inetrest f you would consult wit an attorney who is well versed in adoption law and procedure. Many attorneys, including me,, offer a free initial consultation for such matters..See question
The mother doesn't want the baby & the father is in prison & is not fit to raise a child.
In Illinois, the mother is asked to complete an Affidavit of Identification with regard to the father of her child l. If she identifies him, he must be given notice of the adoption. The mother is not required to do so. Although not compelled to identify the father a se@rch of the Illinois Putative Registry must be done as part of the adoption process and if any man registers with regard to the mother or chil, he must then be given notice of the adoption. Should you have any further questions as to you rights as a mother considering adoptions, you should consult with an attorney who is well versed in adoption law and procedure. Many attorneys, including me, offer a free initial consultation for such matters.See question
He has been absent majority of her whole life she is turning 6 years old this year. We had child support court and he knew about it but never showed up to any of the hearing then he went off the map don't know where he lives he gets little jobs th...
there are ways to terminate the dad's parental rights in an adoption...he either agrees to sign a consent/waiver or you can ask the court to terminate his rights involuntarily based on his unftiness. Based on what yo indicate his behavior has been, this should be doable. The law does not require that you be married to you fiance to accomplish an adoption Many lawyers, including me, do offer a free initial consultation for such matters. you would be best served to have an attorney well versed to represent you in this adoption.See question