child support is received by the custodial parent until the child reaches majority, It does not go directly to the child,and is terminated when the child reaches majority,which appears to fit this fact situation
If there is as probated estate,a court order or letters of office would allow the executor to pay the mortgage. without probate ,the heirs receiving the property can make the mortgage payments as they come due
Him.Can he use this against me in court to see my daughter even if he never ever sees her unless I make him and he doesn't do anything for her but give money amd he is mentally unstable and he lives with his abusive father my daughter grandparent?
he is the father of the child and has an absolute right to petition the court for parenting time.the court will determine the parameters of his visitation ,including supervised or not,duration and other aspects that impact on the best interests of the child
He is not on the birth certificate and would not revise the voluntary paternity form. He has another daughter who is almost 6 and he shares custody for her. He has seen her twice in her life and has provided no support, financial or otherwise.
she needs to file a removal petition with the court and obtain a court order allowing her to remove the child from the jurisdiction. this is not an easy task. the controlling statute requires numerous factors prior to granting a removal peition
there exists a period of time after the divorce is filed to ascertain each others assets. this is called the the discovery process that enables you to ask written questions, subpeona financial documents, ask verbal questions in the presence of a court reporter and under oath. parties also need to...View More
The facts: We (the child, myself, and father) reside in Illinois; I have taken him to court for child support; he hasn't taken me to court with a complaint to establish paternity and, thus, we've never had "custody" legally established.
I need an Executor of Estate for my sister who passed away 6 years ago. Need to obtain a car title that has been lost for her car. State of Illinois requires an Executor of Estate in order to obtain a new title. I only have death certificate. She had no will.
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