just the public notice of our new business. Both of our names/ addresses are on this public notice as "owning, conducting or transacting business." She took over the website in 2020 & changed the password. This year, she shut down the website without asking me & has told me to... Read more »
I recently paid off the mortgage to my condo that my mother also has a name to it. We've been wanting to sell our condo for awhile, but when the pandemic hits, my mother doesn't want to do any travelling. She resides in Georgia. I live in the condo in Illinois. Both of our names are on... Read more »
Sellers typically do not attend the closings of the sale of the property. The sellers will execute the requisite closing documents in advance. Though I do not know the precise details of your proposed sale, I believe your mother can most likely execute the requisite documents in Georgia and send...Read more »
We're in a case that the parentage of the father has been established and now its the child visitation portion of the case. Can text messages,psychologist evaluation, sworn testimony from a child from a previous relationship be used as evidence against?
So, I used to work for a big name company and they fired me for calling off due to a icy weather (not sure if I have the vm proofing it) but I do have emails, phone calls are recorded on their end and a letter from unemployment stating that my former employer said they fired me for misconduct and... Read more »
The best legal approach would be scheduling a personal or remote meeting with an Illinois licensed employment (labor) law attorney and discussing possible merits on that legal action in a two way format. Without that it is rather impossible to suggest whether your case has merits.
My grand daughter is special needs. We were told that.She would be deaf,mute,blind,and never walk,talk,and be on a feeding tube all her life.I had her put into multiple therapies 2 1/2 years ago.Yes,it's been a challenging road but so rewarding and worth every minute of it.She is almost 3... Read more »
The law enforcement never comments or advises anyone about pending criminal investigations, however, the most vital thing for you to do is to immediately discuss your possible criminal exposure with licensed criminal defense attorney as anything you do, state or admit to without counsel will be...Read more »
The home I own in Will County, IL is on rented land. Damages to my decking and the home itself (ceiling and wall cracking, sinking foundation) has been caused by a water main break on the land for which the landowner holds responsibility. I am seeking the legal advice on the correct steps to take... Read more »
I have given up going to what I’d consider high risk places long ago, never do I go anywhere without wearing a mask as additional protection for my own protection and my sons. The mother sees no issue going to bars, events etc. that I consider high risk without a face mask. Im concerned this is... Read more »
What is a Cannabis clone? A cannabis plant that is a genetic copy of the mother plant. When obtained from a reputable breeder, a clone is a young female cannabis plant with stable genetics. Growers typically select to raise clones instead of seeds when they would rather not risk getting a plant... Read more »
No, you may not move out of the State of Illinois, even if you become 18, unless the terms and conditions of your Illinois probation permit that out of state move. Ask your assigned PO or the attorney who worked on your criminal case.
Hello, I signed a lease with two girls a few months back for an apartment. Last month I found out I had a brain tumor and was unable to move into my apartment on time. I lost my first month's rent and last month's rent along with a few other fees. I still need further treatment, but my... Read more »
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