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
My son got arrested just now and said I half to wait till Monday when judge comes in his friend wrote a statement and they arrested him.
It sounds like he's awaiting the judge for bond court, and he'll have to wait until bond is set. Where/when this happens varies from county to county. Talk to a criminal defense attorney in the county he's being held to get an idea of how that county handles bond court (What the judge sometimes set for that particular offense, your son's prior(s) (if any), et. al.,See question
I am in a situation involving the landlord of the rental house i'm currently in...I have recently separated from my husband and have a pending divorce. my ex and I both contacted my landlord to advise that he was no longer living at the rental h...
Generally, absent unusual language in your lease, your landlord can't unilaterally modify the terms in Illinois. Your city may also have additional ordinances the landlord has to follow. Talk to a landlord tenant attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question
Is a consent judgement typical? I have paid my attorney monthly until the case began to drag over 1 1/2 years. I now owe $15,000. My MSA states that the first check payable at prove up will be payable for $40,000 payable to my attorney. So my qu...
Before you decide to "agree" to moar attorney fees (Spelling error intentional and for satirical purposes only), why don't you read IRMO Kane, it's a fresh off the press case that deals with a greedy lawyer trying to juice a former divorce client. The full cite is In Re Marriage of Kane, 2016 IL App (2d) 150774, there's even a dry Youtube video about it (if you're so inclined to listen).
After you read the case, decide for yourself if that's a good idea.See question
trying to see if judge violated rule of evidence in 1998
Even if judge made error, time to appeal it passed. Sorry.See question
I only have 1200 letters to explain this and i just wasted 47 of them. She said when we got together she just had an abortion, turns out two weeks later she's pregnant and I can now prove he wasn't mine and she knew it. Two years later we get back...
I could tell you to get a lawyer, but you already know that. But even then, based on the facts as they are listed, I don't know what anyone can do as the time to challenge may have already passed.
But talk to one anyway to make sure. A short consult would at least give you peace of mind.See question
We were only married for six months, I never changed my name and we have no property together. I have a daughter prior to the marriage that is not his biologically so I don't want to have to spend a ton of cash.
Yes, anyone can get divorced without a lawyer. Just go down to the courthouse on Tuesday (We're closed Monday) and see if they have some pro forma forms you can fill out (Most law library's have them). Service on him will be a little tricky, you'll have to call the prison to see how they want him served (Some will allow you to serve the warden, but you have to follow their procedures b/c we don't know what state he's in).See question
I've got a child support hearing coming up in a couple of weeks. I know that I will have to pay support according to the Guidelines. In may case that will be 20% of my income. I'm fine with that. But here's my question: does the obligation bei...
Backdate to day of service if divorce case, can go back to day child was born if it's a parentage case. Depends on facts, and who's handling it. So no easy answer. Usually they do a 20 on 20 order, so an additional 20% of the 20% is garnished from your check, or they can do lump sum, or judge can do something else. Good negotiating comes in handy in these situations.
Talk to a family law attorney in your area for specific guidance.See question