Absolute immunity for child repsBy Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2011LawPulse, Page 490Immunity from liability is absolute for child representatives working within the scope of their court-appointed duties.
Adoption law pointersBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2011LawPulse, Page 434The August Child Law Section newsletter includes an adoption law legislation roundup and helps lawyers help clients find birth parents and readopt after surrendering parental rights.
A Divorce Lawyer’s Guide to the Illinois Fraudulent Transfer ActBy Andrew R. Schwartz, Thomas J. Kanyock, and Karen JeffreysSeptember 2011Article, Page 462Sometimes a dissipation-of-assets claim under the IMDMA isn't enough when a recalcitrant spouse hides assets. Never fear - the Illinois Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act is here.
A Guide to the New Illinois Civil Union LawBy Richard A. WilsonMay 2011Article, Page 232Beginning June 1, Illinois' civil union law confers most of the rights of marriage on parties to a civil union. But federal prohibitions impose important limits. Find out how the new law works.
Maintenance, Support, and Underemployed PayorsBy Burton S. Hochberg and Kimberly A. CookJanuary 2011Article, Page 24Is your client's ex unwilling to get work or deliberately taking a lesser-paying job to avoid paying support or maintenance?
Here are resources and remedies you need to know about.
ABCs for GALsBy Helen W. GunnarssonNovember 2010Article, Page 572You'd like to serve as a GAL, child rep, or attorney for the child - how do you play this important but challenging role? Seasoned lawyers offer dos, don'ts, and tips.