My son is goungnthru a divorce she has mental problems and is with holding him to see the kids or any of his family she was diagnosed with post partuam and histrionic personality disorder she doesn't work no drivers liscence due to unpaid tickets ...
File a motion for an eval per 750 ILCS 5/604.10 eval or Illinois Supreme Court Rule 215(a), although if it's self evident maybe the Child Rep or GAL will pick up on it. Maybe have him talk to a family law attorney in his area for specific guidance?See question
My roommate is being evicted and my landlord is saying since he didn't pay his part of the rent the parties staying on the lease are responsible for the remaining balance. Shouldn't he have to be forced to pay what he owes?
Depending on the terms of the lease, good chance you're responsible for his actions. Or as we say, no good deed goes unpunished. Read your lease and see if this issue is addressed.See question
I'm planning to apply for early retirement in February 2017, and all my kids now are over 18 years old. I have been paying child support on and off. But still there is a huge delinquency amount. The last job I held in 2011. In the state of Illinoi...
You'll have to work out the passport w/ HFS, but you can move to register the admin order to a judicial order, and move the court to issue you a restricted driving permit, and maybe even cut a deal with the state to reinstate full driving privileges. Talk to a family law attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question
about two years ago my son received a letter for a test to see if he was the father of this child (before this he had no idea about the child ) he took test and yes he is the dad to a 8 yrs. old boy i dont understand how they can go after him for...
The timeline is a bit unclear, technically if she just removed the child from Illinois, then mom MAY be in violation of 750 ILCS 5/609.2, which lays out specific procedures mom must do first before relocating the child. There's also a child support case that gives deviations for travel costs to see the child. Under the parentage age they can go retroactive to the date of service of the child support, but honestly, it's very rare because of the factors mom must show (ie, did she sit on her hands for the last 6+ years before seeking support, etc).
Have your son talk to a family law attorney Tuesday (Court's closed today), to go over options. Sorry this happened, but hopefully I've pointed you in the right direction.See question
If me and my daughter father write out a mutual visitation agreement and get it notarized, can it be held up in court if there are any issues?
No. Police only respond to court orders (They have to, or they're supposed to). However, it would serve as evidence that you/your ex did have an informal schedule in the event either party were to file for parenting time against the other.
Talk to a family law attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question
My ex is with holding my child and because I told her I was going for visitation, she took me to court for back child support and they want to know why I missed a few months of child support. She told me in emails that I have that if I go for visi...
The reason many Illinois Attorneys DON'T take payment plans, at least for Domestic Relations cases, is that as soon as the as the case is over, the owed payments usually stop. Almost always. And the person is judgment proof or ripe to file a Chap 7, so the lawyer gets 10 cents back on the dollar.
This isn't always the case. But you have to convince the lawyer that you won't default as soon as the job is done. If you can do that, you'll find a lawyer easy. So be flexible when negotiating. We're all businessmen, talk good business, you'll get good business.
With that said, if you have an order for visits and she's withholding it, you can go after her just as easily as she's going after you. If you don't have an order for parenting time, get one.
Keep in mind child support changes July 1, 2017. Talk to a family law attorney, and try to cut a deal with them. Be honest upfront and you'll go farther than most. Best of luck to you.See question
She is handicapped. Or receives disability about 1500 a month. I owned home before married. Would like to find out my obligations that will be required
Without getting a full consult, there are issues that, regretfully, have to be addressed in a divorce. Maintenance (Formerly Alimony) being one of them. Although I disagree, the ISBA hammer through what they thought were "great" changes to our maintenance statute effective Jan 1, 2015, which takes 30% of your annual gross, an subtracts if fro 20% of hers, and the difference is what's paid to her. If you make a lot, that's going to POSSIBLY be a large maintenance award, depending on how much you make (The formula only applies to people making less than a combined gross of 250k).
So I would suggest contacting a family law attorney in your area to get an idea on what issues might be in contention.See question
Trying to figure out what kind of child support I can receive if any I have been stay at home mom for years one child wants to stay with there father one wants to stay with me does this mean he does not have to pay child support when he makes a lo...
There's an appellate court case that deals with split custody and child support, also child support rules go through a total overhaul on July 1, 2017. So for those reasons, I would recommend talking to a family law attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question
I was busted for marijuana they took my two month old girl I had a two year old boy to but his grandma had him I had a another boy in March they took him right out of the hospital I took my oldest to see his sister and brother to a visit to met th...
Not enough facts, if DCFS took the matter to Juvenile court and terminated your legal rights and it's been longer than 30 days, not much anyone can do. If you signed a safety plan, generally you're stuck with whatever you signed to. Talk to a DCFS attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question
Xwife was awarded deed with every 6 month trying to get a loan in her name and out of mine and now she left the left the house electric has been shut off and I have had to make 4 months of house payments how can I get the house back when we can't ...
Get a Judge's deed, that will fix title, but won't fix whose name is on any mortgage. Talk to family law attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question