Articles From Sarah J. Taylor

2019 ISBA High School Mock Trial Invitational By Sarah J. Taylor Law Related Education for the Public, April 2019 The 2019 ISBA High School Mock Trial Invitational was held on March 9-10, 2019, at the University of Illinois-Springfield campus.
Use of short-term guardianships to temporarily delegate parental decision-making By Sarah J. Taylor Family Law, March 2018 If a power of attorney is not the ideal approach, what avenue does a parent have if he or she needs to temporarily and legally delegate parental authority over a child, such that schools, medical personnel, and others will recognize the delegation?
Use of short-term guardianships to temporarily delegate parental decision-making By Sarah J. Taylor Family Law, February 2018 If a power of attorney is not the ideal approach, what avenue does a parent have if he or she needs to temporarily and legally delegate parental authority over a child, such that schools, medical personnel, and others will recognize the delegation? One option is a short-term guardianship under Illinois’ Probate Act of 1975.
Motions in non-jury cases for judgment at the close of the plaintiff’s evidence By Sarah J. Taylor Family Law, March 2017 If successful, such a motion can be tremendously beneficial to a defendant in terms of reducing the expense, time-consumption, stress and risk of putting on a defense to the plaintiff’s allegations.
Privacy of mental health records in Illinois: The Mental Health & Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act By Sarah J. Taylor Mental Health Law, April 2016 An overview of the Act and some of the issues that can arise when practitioners seek access to mental health records in various situations.
Privacy of mental health records in Illinois: The Mental Health & Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act By Sarah J. Taylor Family Law, February 2016 An overview of the Act and some of the issues that can arise when practitioners seek access to mental health records in various situations.

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