2) what do if a witness fears the other side and does not what them to have her address or phone#? 3) I have a witness that is giving me documents only and will not be appearing in court due to health reasons and lives out of state, do I need to state something concerning that under that persons... Read more »
You should file your witness list on a timely basis and under the witness' name put 'Investigation Continues'. When you get the address then amend your witness list. If you do not want to disclose an address for a witness, file a motion and request the court that the address not be disclosed for...Read more »
If you are not married to the father then you need to file a Petition to Determine the Father Child Relationship. Paternity will be established and then you can get a child support order entered. Parenting time and decision making will also be addressed by the court.
Written and signed by the custodial parent and stamped and signed by the Kane County Court on 1-12-07. My job finally stopped child support payments on 12-26-19 after realizing they were in violation of the court order termination date. The custodial parent wants to take me back to court to... Read more »
You should not have to pay any backpay but the other party can file a Petition for Contribution for College Expenses. This can be done only the child is going to college. If he is working and not going to college, he is emancipated and you will not have to pay any more child support for him.
His name is on nothing he work for cash only I have W-2s he left me got incarcerated for a year and he still is not living in the home he has many vehicles on property and I don't see him and vehicles are open titles can I get rid of them? &
my home is paid off and we're talking divorce can... Read more »
The only grounds that you can use for a divorce in Illinois are irreconcilable differences. You should not dispose of any property. Wait until you have a court order regarding the property. If the house is titled in only your name and you acquired it prior to your marriage, it should be considered...Read more »
Paid Thru workman compensation of a check of 60% of my previous salary. I had a child support order for $210 a week but due to the fact that I was hurt and no longer getting paid from the job those payments stopped. I paid my Kids mom $110 a week since I was injured because I was only getting 60%... Read more »
You cannot change the amount of child support owed without a court order modifying it. So even if your income was reduced, you still owe the child support per the court order. At the time of your injury, you should have petitioned the court to modify the child support order. The child's mother can...Read more »
Matter on appeal (interlocutory and final order). Does circuit case counsel file appearance in appellate case or not? Is the attorney’s appearance filing in the circuit case automatically applied in the appeal case without that attorney or other filing an appearance in the appeal case in the... Read more »
The divorce was filed in 2015, my ex's attorney never contacted me about mediation or anything else like he said he would. I no longer live in Oklahoma and haven't for years. How can I get this ugly situation gone for good or is it already and I just didn't know?
You need to file for the divorce in Illinois which is your state of residency. If you have minor children, thestate that they have resided in for the last 6 months is the state that has jurisdiction over the children.
She continues to try to speak for him and will take it as far as acting as she is him in text messages from his phone. I have expressed I would prefer that our conversations are phone calls so I know I am relying information to the right parent, but have recently received a text message from her... Read more »
You need to file a petition with the court requesting that the father only communicate with you and not through third parties. Also, the court can determine the method of communication between you and the father and require him to always inform you of the location of your daughter.
1982 (Michigan) When the divorce was final there was no order of support. In 1986 the mom put in for uresa initiating, & the state the dad was in gave an order of support. (North Carolina) later the dad moved to another state. (IL) Never heard anything from either states til 94 when there was a... Read more »
She refuses to let the father be apart of the childs life at all or except gifts from the biological father. And she has been in several different relationships since child was born and has told the child to call each one daddy. But will not let the biological father be apart of the childs life.
The father needs to file a Petition to Determine the Existence of the Father and Child Relationship. The court will have to make a finding of paternity which may require a DNA test. After that the court will determine parenting time, parental responsibilities and child support.
From what you have indicated, you should be able to have parenting with your daughter. You will have to petition the court for a parenting time schedule. Your parenting time will be ordered by the court taking into consideration the age of your child . If you have not been in your daughter's life,...Read more »
secondary education. my son 27, graduated college 4 yrs ago. my daughter 24 graduated in December 2018. can I bring my ex wife to court to try and collect the money she did not pay? she didnt pay one dime.
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