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Vague And Ambiguous Orders In An Illinois Divorce

By Russell Knight | May 12, 2022
Vague Orders In An Illinois DIvorce

After years in a bad marriage, you should be used to getting vague, counter-intuitive and just plain terrible instructions from your spouse. But, what if you get those vague instructions from a judge in your Illinois divorce? The point of…

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Motion To Enforce Vs. Petition For Rule In An Illinois Divorce

By Russell Knight | April 27, 2022
Enforcing court orders in an Illinois divorce

In the course of an Illinois divorce, orders get entered. Those orders govern temporary issues designed to facilitate the entry of the final order, the Judgment for Dissolution of Marriage. The parties to a case are then governed by the…

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Real Estate Liens And Divorce In Illinois

By Russell Knight | April 24, 2022
Property Liens In An Illinois Divorce

When people owe you money, you can garnish their checks, throw them in jail until they pay or put a lien on their property. A lien is “a legal right or interest that a creditor has in another’s property, lasting…

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