My wife and I decided not to divorce so she can stay covered under my health insurance. So we are legally separated with two children. We already have a Financial Agreement and Parenting Agreement. Now I want to change our status from "Legal Separation" to "Divorced". Do I need to hire my lawyer... Read more »
It's possible you could do it on your own, but i strongly recommend returning to your lawyer (whose already familiar with your situation) and letting him or her handle it. There's a lot of truth in the old saying, "I'm a professional. Don't try this at home."
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 »
My son to be ex husband is accusing me of things I have not done and saying I have pending charges coming which is untrue I am a lawful and abiding citizen I was just curious if my soon to be ex husbands lawyer can request my internet history from my work
There is no set percentage. The non-injured spouse is likely to be awarded a portion of the award, but it is typically not a 50-50 thing. The division is up to the judge and is dependent upon the various elements upon which the recovery is based.
We reside in ILLINOIS when we had our infant baby and we are not married yet. We now live separately and currently child is with my ex. Does child’s mother automatically become primary care? What are my rights of seeing my child? Do I have any control of when I can see my child? What is the... Read more »
You need to file a Petition to Establish the Father-Child Relationship. The child's mother needs to served that petition. You must ask the court for a finding that you are the biological father of the child. Even if you signed a Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity, either party can request a DNA...Read more »
Spouse and I are in complete agreement on non-simplified divorce in IL. We want to each be responsible for debts only in our names and neither of us want half of the other’s 401k. We want to be able to settle our divorce without splitting the debt or taking half of retirement
More information is needed in order to answer your question regarding custody. If you want to relocate to another state and you have custody of the children, you will need to have an agreement with the other parent or petition the court to relocate.
I believe that adultery is no longer a crime in IL. In any event, I sincerely doubt if the prosecutor in your County would bring charges. I have never seen it done. You would be wise to speak with a mental health professional to lessen the trauma you are understandably experiencing. They can...Read more »
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 »
Did you have a lawyer at the time of the divorce? That would be a good place to start. Otherwise, you should look for someone close to you that can review your documents and try to sort things out. It is hard to say what is "right" or "wrong" without looking at the relevant documents, which are the...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".
It makes a huge difference if the spouse who owned the property prior to the marriage ever transfered co-ownership to the other spouse during the marriage. This is a vital fact that you have not provided. If he or she did put the property in co ownership, then the property is most likely a marital...Read more »
Should i wait to deposit till after i file which i am going to aproach her and tell her its time and get it done quickly . which we are on very good terms and she knows its comming still but dont wsnt to giver her any amo. or does it matter.i have a prenup from 25yrs ago before we got married which... Read more »
Whatever you are trying to avoid will not be avoided by waiting to deposit the funds until after you file. If the funds to be deposited are marital or not, the mere filing is meaningless and makes no difference.
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