• December 1, 2021

How will Illinois lawmakers change the guardianship law?

A new law designed to protect families facing financial hardships and the elderly in Illinois will be debated and amended at the Illinois House floor Tuesday.The bill, introduced by Rep. Michael M. Phelan (D-Elgin), would add a new class of “temporary guardians” that would be eligible for up to $500,000 of relief if the state…

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How to get your child or teen a temporary guardianship in Florida

Updated May 29, 2018 3:07:07The state’s temporary guardians will likely be required to have a parent or guardian who can work and pay the bills and pay their fees, but the guardian will also need to be able to demonstrate financial need and be in school to qualify for the right to be considered a…

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Why Your Lawyer May Want to Consider an Out-of-State Legal Aid Waiver

Posted February 15, 2018 10:15:06 In a time of unprecedented political upheaval, many lawyers are facing a difficult decision: to work in an out-of of-state jurisdiction, or to choose to represent their clients in the U.S. in person.While legal aid and legal representation are not mutually exclusive, many are wary of the financial burden of…

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