First, this is part of a proposed temporary parenting agreement in lieu of a final order. However, the Petitioner has been withholding the child from the Respondent for over a year in the absence of orders, and has justified this with a list of entirely false but severe allegations. That said, the... Read more »
I got divorced in 10/18 me and my ex wife have 50/50 custody my child support order signed by the judge with a diff amount. I received a letter from child support last week saying I owe 3x more a mon now which I dont understand and it shows it is from the old child support case from 2009 when me... Read more »
The house has equity but the womens help group tells her to let it go in foreclosure then they will help her out she is mad that i dont have a job but she does not want to get one herself or drop out of school she is ranking up crt crd bills and i dont know those crs are in her name not sure what... Read more »
My grandson's father's parents are claiming neglect against my daughter and their son DCFS is involved & I am trying to collect evidence to prove that they have lied and manipulated my daughter & DCFS into not only investigating the accusations but not notifying my daughter or myself until the... Read more »
She has had multiple instances with DCFS. DCFS pulled the child from her home is now living with dad out of state. Mom and boyfriend were found under the influence of heroine and alcohol. Will she typically go to jail, only be slapped with a fine? How do we make sure the child isn't forced to go... Read more »
Our child lives primarily with me. My ex is mentally and verbally abusive to our child. Compared to other people its probably not as bad as it sounds but the child has anxiety from it and is becoming withdrawn, angry, depressed (has headaches and stomach aches) after their parenting time with my... Read more »
You should file a Petition to Modify the Parenting Time. It is often difficult to prove mental and verbal abuse but you need to take immediate action to protect your child. The Court can appoint a child representative or GAL. The Court can order that the child see a therapist. Quite often your...Read more »
With two cases dealing with children. One of them kidnapping our son but he on the birth certificate but I didn't give him permission to take him. Having a mile-long record of crimes on his background plus pictures of when I picture of my son after I have to pick him up with scratches and a bite... Read more »
Illinois statutes no longer use the word custody. There is allocation of parental responsibilities for decision making and parenting time. From the facts that you have alleged, the father of your child would in all likelihood not be awarded any decision making as it appears that he has not had good...Read more »
I’m divorced but soon getting married I have two children with my ex husband. My soon to be wife I have children with as well, I would like to have all my kids together but my soon to be wife lives in another state do to work. And I’d like to move with my children so all my kids are together... Read more »
My 15 year old daughter no longer wants to go with her bio-father on his parenting time. At what age can my daughter tell a judge this and get little or no time with bio-dad? Her bio-dad wasn’t in her life until she was 10yrs. After her getting to know him and custody battles for 4 yrs under our... Read more »
You should file a Petition to Modify the Parenting Time and include all of your allegations in it. There is no age certain in Illinois that a child can make a decision as to whether or not she wants to see her father, but you can petition the court for an in camera interview with the court. The...Read more »
I live 66 miles from my previous address in Sangamon county. I didn't file a petition with the county clerks because the father and I had a verbal agreement. He and I have been maintaining out parenting agreement and getting along really well for over 12 months now, with my new address. He just... Read more »
If your daughter has been going to school where your are for the past year and the father went along with it, the court may very well find that there was an agreement of the parties to modify the parenting plan.
Why not come up with a new parenting plan that works for both of you....Read more »
My ex wife had left the state tried to get to take our daughters with her. I fought that and won. She still moved out of state alone and got married and then had 3 children. Her father just contacted me and has said that now she has left her new husband and taken 1 of her 3 children with her. The... Read more »
My ex-wife took out an OoP regarding our child. Because of this, parenting time was restricted to supervised visitation. OoP was then vacated, but my parenting time is still restricted. I would like for the allocation of parental responsibilities to be returned to the original Custody Judgment -... Read more »
I get him every other weekend. And he treats me like he has more lean over me. His new gf wont allow me to see much of him they didnt even want to tell me when his doctors appointment was. I just dont know what to do, theres alot more than that
My ex wife is the custodial parent of our two kids, ages 14 and 17. My daughter no long wants to live with her mother. We have joint custody and I pay child support. My daughter wants to leave but I do not know if she can just leave and move in with me or do I have to petition the court. Like I... Read more »
We have 50/50 custody with me as Primary residence. He moved after we were divorce 27 miles further. He wants me to pick her up now at his residence. He picks her up at mine. But I also didn't move further. If we went back to court would I still have to drive the distance?
A temporary order was put into place to change the residence of our minor child. In this case the residential parent has majority of parenting time. Since that change the child attends therapy less (child was in therapy prior to the TO) are happier, child has reduced their anxiety and stress... Read more »
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