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The question, “how can I get a quick divorce in Illinois?” comes down to how well you can agree on the issues that tie you together. If your divorce is a process by which the two of you can end the relationship in a positive way and move forward, chances are your divorce will finalize … Continue reading How Can I Get a Quick Divorce in Illinois?
If you’ve been charged with or are being investigated for felony drug-related crimes, you should ask yourself, how do I beat a felony drug charge? This depends on the facts of your case, applicable laws, the strength of the prosecution’s case, and your defenses. Technical flaws may get the charges dismissed or reduced. As part … Continue reading How Do I Beat a Felony Drug Charge?
Whether or not you go to jail for a DUI in Illinois depends on several factors. Some of these factors include whether this is your first DUI or you have multiple drunk driving offenses and whether anyone was hurt while you were driving under the influence. Other factors include: Whether there was a passenger in … Continue reading Can you go to jail for a DUI in Illinois?
The cost to file a divorce in Illinois varies from county to county, but filing fees are just the beginning. If a case has contested issues that are hard to resolve, a divorce can be costly. The more the couple can agree on, the less money, time, energy, and emotion are used in the process. … Continue reading What is the Cost to File for Divorce in Illinois?
Divorce resulting in joint custody can be challenging in the best of times. But handling joint custody arrangements in the COVID-19 pandemic can be a nightmare for families. Most often, both parents want to ensure that the children remain safe and are protected from infection, but the adults may disagree vastly on how to accomplish … Continue reading Handling Joint Custody Arrangements in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Can text messages be used in a divorce in Illinois? It depends upon the situation. Illinois is a no-fault divorce state, so you don’t have to show that your spouse did anything wrong in order to file for a divorce. You can simply cite irreconcilable differences. So, a text that shows your spouse had an … Continue reading Can Text Messages Be Used in a Divorce?
When you are arrested and/or charged with a crime in Illinois, a criminal record is created, even if you are not found guilty. Your criminal records can be read by the public, your friends, your family, banks, employers, trade organizations, and credit agencies. If you want to have your record hidden or erased, you must … Continue reading How To Get An Expungement In Illinois
The coronavirus is affecting every area of our lives, including marriages. If you are thinking of ending your marriage during this pandemic, you might be wondering how to get a divorce during COVID-19. You might wonder if it is even possible with stay-at-home orders in place. The good news is that some steps in the … Continue reading How to Get a Divorce During COVID-19
It is a surprising reality that domestic abuse issues frequently arise in divorce and family law cases. All situations are unique and require the attention of a skilled attorney. Even after a restraining order or order of protection is up, there can still be legal issues that arise. It is of the utmost importance that … Continue reading How Will A Domestic Violence Charge Affect My Divorce And Child Custody?
When someone files a complaint against you in an Illinois court, you will be served with a summons that lets you know that a lawsuit has been brought against you and what you must do to respond. In the lawsuit, you are called the defendant or respondent. The filer of the complaint is called the … Continue reading How Do I Answer a Complaint in Illinois?
When someone is arrested, the arrest is recorded in a public record. This is called a public arrest record, which is a little bit different from a criminal record. Even if an individual is eventually found not guilty of the charges against him or her (and thus does not have a criminal record for it), … Continue reading How Can I Minimize Public Record of My Arrest?