I submitted paper work for my severance pay and waited the 10 days to receive the paycheck. It’s been 13 days and I’ve been told by my Employee Service Center that paperwork was never submitted. I have bills to pay and need that check.
You have 30 days from the date a case is dismissed to file a motion asking that the order of dismissal be vacated. If the motion is granted it reinstates the case. As far as your spouse's whereabouts, (1)if you had a Summons and Petition for Dissolution of Marriage served on him or her, (2)he/she...Read more »
These are questions to take to the lawyer handling your case. He or she is intimately familiar with details about your circumstances that uniquely enable him or her to give you accurate advice. You've already committed to pay that lawyer a large fee. You should feel free to pose your questions to...Read more »
divorce needed both parties married in state of New Jersey, husband residing in Illinois for past 8 years, wife still in NJ no kids no property involved no contest. Can you do this or do you of attorney who can?
It can be done. Your best bet is to talk to friends who've been divorced to see if they have a lawyer to recommend, click on the "Find a Lawyer" tab on the Justia.com website, or Google the term "divorce lawyer, danville, illinois".
Once he was transferred from the Whiteside County Jail in Morrison, IL to Menard his visitation rights expired. He asked me, a pastor, what he would need to do to get them reinstated at his new location.
If the prior visitation order was granted by an Illinois court, he'll need to have an attorney file a request to modify parenting time in the circuit court for the county that issued the prior order. He could file it himself, but he'll have a problem attending court hearings and will need a...Read more »
She hasn't done it yet, but she talks about it all the time. Like, when she got into a fight with my younger sister (not physical) and she said she has to leave pur house before she "lays hands" on one of us (me, and my younger siblings). I am just asking to make sure what to do when that time does... Read more »
If he's 19 he is legally an adult. He can either give his permission to the hospital to communicate with you or, if he is no longer competent to make his own decisions, you can ask a court to appoint you as his guardian since he would be considered a disabled adult.
My daughter was born in 2010. I was there for the birth but left the hospital to go buy some stuff for the baby.When I came back the ex girlfriend had filled out all the paperwork for the birth certificate.Years later I came to find out she didnt add me on the birth certificate and misspelled my... Read more »
He sexually kissed my 16 year old daughter, but I never filed a police report. Also, he threatens to have me taken to jail if I don't let him in? I am married. We dont feel comfortable with him in the home. The police said I cant force him to leave, but can they force me to let him in?
Don't rely on the police for legal advice. You can get an order of protection keeping him away from you and your daughter as well as your home. Although you can seek an order of protection on your own, I recommend that you contact a lawyer about this. If it's worth doing, it's worth being sure it...Read more »
I was diagnosed with OCD my first year of medical school. I failed three classes my first semester and the school told me to take time off and come back the next year. I came back and passed two semesters but then failed another class the semester after that. Once again, they told me to take time... Read more »
After about 9 months and a visit to an IME, surgery was scheduled. Unfortunately, surgery was not successful and I still suffer from a “Pinched” nerve. For some reason, doctor won’t say, surgery was not completed completed and the spine (L4, 5 and S1 was fused together, “as is”). I... Read more »
The alternative to you trimming your trees and bushes is that the neighbor will do it. He or she can cut the overhanging vegetation right up to the property line -- which means he or she may do it badly and inadvertently harm your plants. Be a good neighbor, prune the stuff.
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