Divorce Tips: Document everything! Attorney Daniel Kay gives divorce tips and talks about why and how to document everything in your custody or divorce case. The system is simple, but if you don’t do it, you can end up losing when you should have won. https://youtu.be/NcrM6sWwcuo
A gay rights case, Blumenthal v. Brewer, could end up reshaping relationships for straight couples in Illinois. In 2014, the Court of Appeals for the First District of Illinois decided courts can’t discriminate against unmarried couples by preventing them from enforcing property claims against one another when they separate. The case was called Blumenthal v.[…]
Divorce property – How is property divided during a divorce? What is transmutation? Watch this short video and learn more about the division of property during a divorce. Understanding Illinois can be difficult, but if you would like to see some of the laws that govern the division of property, look here. The complexity of the[…]
Curious about the different categories of criminal offenses and what they mean? In this short video, the differences between felony, misdemeanor, and petty offenses are explained.
Divorce time: Can it take less time? You have entered the black hole known as ‘divorce time.’ When it comes to the process of a divorce, there really is no definite answer on how long it will take. The duration of it depends on the parties themselves. Think of it like a book with the[…]
When you have a court appearance scheduled, it can be difficult to understand how it fits into your case. Each type of court appearance serves a specific function. You need to prepare differently for each one. These short videos can help you understand the different types of court appearances and why they are important to[…]
Busted for DUI? Should you cooperate? There has long been an idea encircling run-ins with law enforcement – that is, in the event of a potential arrest for a DUI or any other offense, you shouldn’t cooperate or talk to the police. The truth is that it’s more complicated than a simple “yes” or “no.”[…]
Double Jeopardy: Drinking and the New Concealed Carry Law Come January as Illinois’ new CC (concealed carry law roles into full effect there are bound to be a host of questions as the newly minted licensee start interacting with police, businesses and members of the general public. During a recent phone call with State Representative[…]