Questions Answered by J. Richard Kulerski Esq.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Virginia on Nov 25, 2010

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I do not practice law in KY or VA and am not qualified to provide an authoritative answer. However, I have been practicing divorce law in IL for over 40 years and would like to make a general comment. All states and local courts have rules that set time ...
 
 

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Jun 19, 2013

J. Richard Kulerski Esq.'s answer
Hire a private attorney to do the work, or do it yourself.
 
 

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Jun 12, 2013

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If the defendant was properly served with summons, you can go to court and get a default judgment against him or her.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Apr 14, 2013

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There are no forms for this. You have to hand craft a post judgment petition that contains allegations which would warrant a reduction.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Aug 3, 2012

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Answer every financial disclosure item and every interrogatory truthfully, and produce all requested document in your possession or control.
 
 

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Jul 3, 2012

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This depends on many things, which include, but are not limited to, your and your spouse's incomes and wealth, and on the child's ability to contribute. Your question is too vague to answer properly. Consult with a divorce lawyer in person.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Jul 3, 2012

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A lawyer must meet with you to learn all of your facts in order to be able to give you a proper answer. I think you are talking about his state farm pension, and your entitlement could depend on the language in your judgment, or perhaps on possible fraud ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Oct 13, 2012

J. Richard Kulerski Esq.'s answer
It is notice to the other side that you are going to court on a certain day and time to ask the court to enter an order allowing whatever you are asking for in the actual motion.
 
 

3 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Mar 26, 2013

J. Richard Kulerski Esq.'s answer
You probably could do it yourself, but you would be wise to hire a lawyer.
 
 

5 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Mar 6, 2013

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Call the bar association in your county, and ask for their guidance.
 
 

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Mar 4, 2013

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It means there is no future court date (until it is put back on the call).
 
 

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Mar 1, 2013

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Go to: http://civilizeddivorce.com/spousal-suppo rt-alimony-maintenance/alimony-...
 
 

9 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Mar 4, 2013

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Your entitlement to alimony depends on many factors, and having or not having any children with him is not likely to be the determining factor.
 
 

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce Law for Illinois on Feb 17, 2013

J. Richard Kulerski Esq.'s answer
This would depend on what the judge requires. Generally, however, I do not think the court would expect a Response from a pro se litigant in an attorney's fee case.