My boys father who is custodial parent moved my youngest out of state without my permission or me knowing till my child told me. He left my oldest in Illinois with one of his friends. I am also paying child support to him for the child who does not live with him.
sister had a lawyer put mom's house in a trust for only her after mom died it was suppose to be split equally. This was done without me knowing anything I never got any info at all of the estate refuses to disclose anything to me what can I do about this ?
Both my parents passed away, I was a ward of the state of WI however my aunt became my legal guardian And I am now a IL resident. I'm 17 and I'm not sure where to go to court for emancipation. Would it be WI because I was a ward of the state there? Or IL because my legal guardian and I... Read more »
After having an affair, the women I had an affair with is pregnant. I'm trying to save my marriage and family and want nothing to do with this child. Would like to have no contact from the mother of the child as well.
My husband filed for divorce, he is demanding to take our 13 year old son out if state for 5 days. Our son does not want to go, he us afraid his father won't bring him back. Do I have to force my son to go or can be say no? There is no parenting plan or court orders in place. We have not seen... Read more »
If it is the dad's scheduled court order visitation,and there is no reasonable justification that dad will act inappropriately, it is your duty to foster a good relationship and encourage visitation. However, if you REASONABLY believe your so may be in harms way,of course not
My father died recently. He has a life insurance policy of about 520,000 with my siblings and me as beneficiary. He has a car loan, house loan, and several other credit debts that total to about 100,000. I live in the house and would like to buy my siblings out of it. However there is no will or... Read more »
need more info. are there any other heirs besides your siblings. If not you will share equally with them if there is no will. what is the value of the house. Determine the value of the house minus expenses and liens and you each own an equal share. pay the debts,pay your siblings their portion...Read more »
are you paying the money to the state or directly to your ex. If to the state ,you must contact them and tell them you are current and stop taking payments from your payroll. if to the ex, simply pay 110 dollars less on the next payment
My mother moved 20 years ago to live with my brother. She passed away 3 years ago and has stock & dividends held by state of Illinois. We need to show proof she lived in IL which we don't have. We are her only heirs - IL says death certificate will not suffice. They need proof she lived... Read more »
Custody is going from my ex-wife to me and my support payments are stopping and she'll begin paying me. She waives all rights to appearances in court and we've agreed to everything already. The child also wants to switch! There's no ill will and our child wants to live with my new family.
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