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- Business Law
- Employment Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Supreme Court of Illinois
- ID Number: 6220463
- University of Iowa
- B.B.A. | Finance
- University of Illinois - Chicago John Marshall Law School
- J.D. (1993)
- State Bar of Illinois  # 6220463
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43 Questions Answered
- Q. Victim of bad theft case from my brother n his wife/lied 2 detective he believed her 2) No questions to my brother
- A: Did they steal the collectibles from you? Did they use that money to buy the new house? If the police won't pursue the theft, you can't force them. You can sue them for the cost of your stuff. Do they have enough equity in the house to go after? However, they could then file bankruptcy and the house might be exempt.
- Q. Hi, I have a question so me and my girlfriend are both 17 about to be 18 in 7 months And we were thinking of moving in
- A: You are both past the age of consent in both Ohio and Illinois. Once you are both 18, you will both be at the age of maturity. At the age of maturity, you are both adults and your girlfriend's parents cannot have the "police to force her to come back". The exception would be if your girlfriend was mentally incompetent, but you do not state anything to that effect in your question.
- Q. I am legally separated. My husband's ex-wife wants me to contribute to their child's college tuition.
- A: You state that you can't afford an attorney, but you are being asked to contribute to a college fund. You are going to need to pay somebody. It's probably less expensive in the long run to hire the attorney. Seek out a free consultation and ask for a cost estimate.
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