My husband and i are seperated but still married. We were together when the majority of this allegedly occurred. Will i end up having to go into court for any reason? Also, currently there's just an order of protection out on my husband with the first hearing coming up. What happens if my... Read more »
I sent affidavit to states attorney of what I did and that I was sorry and possibly to much of my meds and was angry at the time. I did do a video statement. I understand they can continue pursuing regardless. He has a private attorney that I'm not sure is doing all he can. His bond is... Read more »
You are not allowed to speak to the judge by yourself. You should talk to your boyfriend's lawyer and ask that lawyer how to proceed. He is being paid to help your boyfriend and you and he are on the same side.
No dice. Unless you have enough on your parents to make a police report and take the risk of going into foster care, you are stuck with your parents. Sometimes parents will agree to let a child stay with an aunt or grandparents, etc. If you run away, anyone who hides you is committing a felony.
Oftentimes, judges will order you to get a job, come back with a document you filled out showing that you applied at 20 places per month, etc. You have a child and you have a legal obligation to support that child. There are many companies who hire convcited felons.
In the parenting agreement it states "Children are to be with the mother four days before school starts" Today is four days as school starts this Wednesday. Their father is refusing to let the children come home stating it doesnt apply to remote learning and it is outdated. Please help me here.
I recently filed for cash assistance which of course now they're taking him to court for child support rumor has it he's going to fight me and try to get custody of our son what is the likeliness of him gaining custody. I have record of several times he did not show up for his weekends to... Read more »
It is NEVER too late to get a lawyer. This is a misdemeanor, not just a speeding ticket. If court is tomorrow morning, ask the judge for a continuance. It will be a disaster to have this ticket on your record at this age.
You need to have a family meeting with your mom, dad and sister. Confront your mom in the presence of your dad about this so called agreement and see if it can be resolved. The bottom line is you are not going to be able to drive the car when you are on dad's time without dad's...Read more »
I have been married to my spouse for several years in Illinois. Then in 2018 I had an accident at work and immediately started a Worker's Compensation case. In 2019 my wife and I separated. We were tryng to go through mediation, but appears to have failed. Will my estranged wife... Read more »
Not 50% generally, but 35ish. Maybe more, maybe less. Who makes more $ now. Can you work? There is an issue of a maintenance claim due to such a long marriage. Maintenance factors are at 750 ilcs 5/504.
I can't live with a friend/other family member without the consent of my guardians, but being able to prove that you've lived outside of the guardian household is a requirement for becoming emancipated. How am I supposed to leave the house without being considered a runaway, or risking... Read more »
The birth certificate. Does she have a right to keep my child away from me? She won’t even let me speak to her on the phone. I don’t have a lot of money. What’s my best course of action, for getting custody/visitation, and getting my name on the birth certificate. I live in Will County, Illinois.
You need to file a parentage action in Will County. First you have to establish that you are the father, before you have any right to custody or visitation, now called parenting rights and responsibilities. So yes, until you are established, she has the right to keep your child away from you....Read more »
Money was given to spouse her father and is currently in her separate bank account. Still legally married and should the spouse who received the money have to report it to the lawyer and be split between the 2 spouses?
My ex and I have an agreement to use a message app to communicate regarding our children. My ex wants to fight in most of the messages so I won't reply immediately. In a recent message, I replied that I needed to speak to my attorney before responding any further on matters of the subject.... Read more »
It really depends on the nature of the problem and whether or not it is time sensitive. If you told her you wanted to talk to your attorney a week ago and you still have not, then that is a problem with you. If you told her that on Friday and she has been bothering you about it all weekend,...Read more »
In our parental order we have a school schedule of 2-2-5-5 for one child and a 7-7 for another child. The diagram shows week 1 Sun to Sat and week 2 Sun to Sat. We started this new schedule on a Sunday for the 2019 school year. There is no verbiage that states it starts on a Sunday, just a diagram... Read more »
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