The Letters of Office are official court papers giving the guardian the power to act on behalf of the person in need of guardianship. These are issued for someone under a disability such as mental or physical health or a minor.
It depends on the reason for the patient's admission. If it was voluntary, then yes, if you also have a medical power of attorney. If it was because of a court order, then no. It is possible that the patient could leave of his own accord.
Yes. Illinois law provides for the biological father to sign a voluntary acknowledgement of paternity. This can be done at the hospital when the baby is born or afterwards at the local courthouse. The forms may be available online in your jurisdiction. Contact the local clerk of the court for...Read more »
The first question I have is whether an estate was opened upon the death of your mother. If an estate was opened and no court permission was given for your niece to have possession of the home, then have your lawyer take the niece to court. She could be evicted and forced to pay costs.
Are you sure you qualify for an annulment? Were you married here?
If so, contact the circuit clerk's office for information. The necessary forms may be printed online. You will need to file a Petition for Annulment and serve your spouse with the papers or have him/her file a legal...Read more »
Yes, the order is still in effect. The parent paying support could go into court to challenge this order by arguing that the pregnant daughter is now emancipated because of her pregnancy. If the daughter is living with the father of the child, will receive child support from the biological father...Read more »
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