She has had multiple instances with DCFS. DCFS pulled the child from her home is now living with dad out of state. Mom and boyfriend were found under the influence of heroine and alcohol. Will she typically go to jail, only be slapped with a fine? How do we make sure the child isn't forced to... View More
I am trying to collect past rent and court costs. We went back to court and the defendant agreed in front of the judge to pay me back $200 a month on the 15th of every month until the judgment is paid off. The judge signed off on that. Today is the 15th and she is refusing to pay.
The other children do not have a court order support order. Are they taking into account with the new child support income support model? The HFS calculator shows it does but when I’m filling out the financial affidavit it does not ask if there are other children without a court order child... View More
The seller went down with my father to get a notarized letter saying that he was transferring his rights to the house to my father. We found out that he did not have the title and that the title of the house was not in his name yet he still sold it. He was able to change the taxes to his name... View More
I’m divorced but soon getting married I have two children with my ex husband. My soon to be wife I have children with as well, I would like to have all my kids together but my soon to be wife lives in another state do to work. And I’d like to move with my children so all my kids are together... View More
I live 66 miles from my previous address in Sangamon county. I didn't file a petition with the county clerks because the father and I had a verbal agreement. He and I have been maintaining out parenting agreement and getting along really well for over 12 months now, with my new address. He... View More
If your daughter has been going to school where your are for the past year and the father went along with it, the court may very well find that there was an agreement of the parties to modify the parenting plan.
Why not come up with a new parenting plan that works for both of you....View More
My biological father is apparently paying child support for another child he is responsible for. I was just wondering if there was any way to make him take the responsibility he should have taken a long time ago by paying child support for me. He knew I existed, he’s listed as the father on my... View More
Illinois. Divorced 15 years ago and paid 3 years of alimony so that the ex could go back to college. She had only completed college through her junior year. She took the money but didn't go back to college. The last of our 3 children will be turning 18 next year and ex has been living off... View More
My ex wife had left the state tried to get to take our daughters with her. I fought that and won. She still moved out of state alone and got married and then had 3 children. Her father just contacted me and has said that now she has left her new husband and taken 1 of her 3 children with her. The... View More
I get him every other weekend. And he treats me like he has more lean over me. His new gf wont allow me to see much of him they didnt even want to tell me when his doctors appointment was. I just dont know what to do, theres alot more than that
If you are referring to divorce, Illinois has irreconcilable differences as a grounds.
You do not have to be separated to have irreconcilable differences. However, if the parties have lived separate and apart for 6 months, there is an irrebuttable presumption of irreconcilable differences.
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