Post-Decree Issues

//Post-Decree Issues

IS INCARCERATION OF YOUR CHILD THE EMANCIPATION OF THE CHILD?

Wife filed a petition against husband regarding the son’s college education. The divorce decree stated that the parties shall be responsible for post high school educational expenses for the son (Max) when Max is ready to incur these expenses. The parties’ obligation for college “shall only be conditioned upon the ability to pay these expenses [...]

TAKE YOUR PICK-EITHER TAKE THE FIFTH OR DEFEND YOURSELF

The agreed order required husband to pay $4,000 per month to wife. Of the $4,000 sum, the parties agreed $2,000 would be maintenance and $2,000 would be child support. Wife filed a petition against husband. She said husband should be in contempt for not making court-ordered support payments. Husband did not appear in court on [...]

YOU BETTER FOLLOW THOSE COURT ORDERS, UNLESS YOU HAVE A REAL GOOD REASON NOT TO

  Kim and Paul got divorced in July, 2003.  In their divorce settlement, they agreed that they would keep title in both of their names.  Paul would live in the house.  Paul would be responsible for all costs of the house before its sale. Paul will either place the Oak Park home for sale on [...]