If you have been charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, you need to consult our office as soon as possible. Even though domestic battery is typically charged as a Class A misdemeanor in Illinois, you may be facing a fine of up to $2,500 and jail time up to 364 days if you are found guilty.… Read More »
What are the Grounds for Divorce in Illinois? from Joe Pioletti Parties must have grounds for divorce in Illinois; however, Illinois does allow “irreconcilable differences” as one of the grounds for divorce. Learn more about The Grounds for Divorce in Illinois in this presentation.
Illinois courts and lawmakers, as those in most states, have adopted policies that are in the best interest of the child. These policies encourage parents to work through their child custody issues to come to a mutual agreement that is in the best interest of the children and both parents. Topics covered in this report… Read More »
Identity theft is a serious crime that is prosecuted aggressively in the State of Illinois. Under Illinois law, it is a crime to use someone else’s name or personal identification to fraudulently obtain credit, money, goods, services, or other property or commit any felony theft or other felony violation of State law. This also applies… Read More »
One of the questions that we receive most often concerns bankruptcy and credit ratings. Clients are often concerned how bankruptcy will affect their credit score. While there is some truth to the statement that bankruptcy and credit ratings are connected, it is often not in the way that most people assume. Most people assume that… Read More »