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Frivolous Filings In An Illinois Divorce Case

By Russell Knight | May 17, 2022
Frivolous motions in an Illinois divorce

After a divorce is filed in Illinois, the parties establish themselves as separate units with separate financial needs and schedules. The parties also collect evidence for eventual trial. After the parties are divorced, either party can file motions to modify…

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Defamation And Divorce In Illinois

By Russell Knight | August 30, 2020
Divorce and defamation in Illinois

Divorce can get ugly.  When divorce  does get ugly, the parties can say cruel and hateful things about each other to their friends and family. Is saying, writing or text awful things just par for the course in an Illinois…

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What Are Sanctions In A Chicago, Illinois Divorce?

By Russell Knight | September 5, 2018
Contempt of court in Chicago

According to the legal dictionary, a sanction is defined as “a financial penalty imposed by a judge on a party or attorney for violation of a court rule, for receiving a special waiver of a rule, or as a…

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