The only thing you could have done to prevent your spouse from voluntarily dismissing your case was to file a counter-petition for dissolution before he/she filed the motion to dismiss. If it is dismissed, you can file a new case. I don't know what county you are in, but in Cook and DuPage...Read more »
Was given to Attorney and discuss in chamber with all Attorney and Judge. Affidavit and discovery was discussed. Was asking for support got temporary support. Judge still didn't rule. Now they want to volunteer dismiss the separation agreement.
A separation agreement doesn't get dismissed, since it is not a complaint or petition serving as the basis for the case. It is an agreement intended to move an existing case (which could be dismissed under the right circumstances) toward a conclusion. A separation agreement can be withdrawn if...Read more »
Spouse filed for divorce. Shortly after we filed a separation agreement that was given to his Attorney. After affidavit and discovery and spouse caught in a lie in his response. They first wanted me to not bring our separation agreement that I paid for. And filed it with Court. Court made me... Read more »
I got a speeding ticket back in july or august and was able to get supervision. I then rear ended someone in october and am now going to court for that. My court supervision was paid and over with on December 13, for my speeding ticket. Can my court supervision, for my previous ticket, be revoked... Read more »
Stark County Illinois. The urine was taken without permission but the judge allowed it. My brother is now a disabled person by the state of Illinois and cannot walk. My brother was said to have crossed the line, my brother cannot remember a thing from the night 11/9/15. The woman who lost her life... Read more »
I would be looking for a DUI lawyer in Peoria but if you expect to retain a private attorney on a complicated case such as this one, you must be prepared for him or her to request a substantial retainer.
You did not specify the court, so I'll assume that you mean the Illinois Supreme Court. Here is a good article: https://www.law360.com/articles/753921/the-illinois-supreme-court-in-2015-a-statistical-analysis
"Average time under submission for non-unanimous...Read more »
My cousin and his wife are separated and they had joint custody of their children. And while they were in the care of their mother her new boyfriend abused them. Now they are trying to take the children from both the mother and father (my cousin, even though he has done nothing wrong) and give... Read more »
The ticketing officer said no court was required and the ticket I received didn't have a court date it happened on 12-16-11 and a collection agency is wanting money from me when I had insurance the paper they sent me when I disputed the collection claim showing my ticket but the tick I... Read more »
Because you were insured at the time, you should obtain proof of insurance from the date of the ticket by calling your insurance company. A motion should be filed to bring the case back in front of a judge to show proof of compliance and ask that the ticket be dismissed. An attorney can assist you...Read more »
It is a bad idea for a non attorney to do this in my opinion. Alot of traps for the unwary, even for experienced attorneys, regarding appeals. This is not something that can be easily answered in an online post.
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