I assume that you are asking if you can claim your child as a dependent. The court that ordered you to pay child support can enter an order giving you the right to claim your child as a dependent. You need to request that such an order enter.
Most court orders require state that if you...Read more »
The divorce says "Husband shall retain sole ownership of the following personal property, free and clear of any and all claims thereto by wife: All deposits of money standing currently in his sole name in any financial institution. The account was only in his name and she collected money like... Read more »
You need to seek advice from a Probate attorney. There may be documents with the financial institution that were never changed after the divorce. There may be a will directing the financial institution to pay. A divorce can only order the Husband and the Wife to act and no one else. Perhaps...Read more »
I provide the insurance. She is required to pay 880 before I start paying a %. The ex wife is not paying anything and now I am being sued with her. Is there a law that requires me to pay even though I didn't sign the waiver?
He is under dr. care for anxiety and depression caused by father, we tried talking with him but only hangs up, he doesn't see his son , only at his convenience, and when he does he just tells him things about his mom and he does not want to see him, he said he is not a father , and only a jerk... Read more »
In Illinois a custodial parent must be given permission to permanently move a child out of state. Your daughter needs to file paperwork requesting to move out of state as soon as possible since the process can be very lengthy.
If you daughter has joint custody with the father, she must...Read more »
No child has the authority to decide whether or not to go for visitation. It is possible for you, as the parent, to be held in contempt for the child failing to go with the other parent for visitation. You want the police officer to write in his/her report that the child refused to go after you...Read more »
750 ILCS 45/8: An action brought by or on behalf of a child, an action brought by a party alleging that he or she is the child's natural parent shall be barred if brought later than 2 years after the child reaches the age of majority.
Once paternity is established the rules regarding...Read more »
There must be a change in circumstances since entry of the last custody order that makes changing custody in the best interest of the child/children. Best interest is determined by weighing the statutory factors. Bottom line: changing custody is an uphill battle unless problems arise.
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