Many who come to Illinois from other countries have faced a number of challenges. The process of gaining entry to the United States through the immigration system is tedious and can be difficult. Some wait for years for permission to enter lawfully, but when they finally receive their green card, they may be unsure of the rights and responsibilities their lawful residency allows them.
As a resident of Illinois, if you have been convicted of a DUI, then you are aware of the strict penalties you can face. You may have to endure losing your license, paying steep fines and maybe even face jail time. In addition, if you were recently convicted of a DUI, you may find that you are required to have an ignition interlock device in your vehicle to keep you from driving while under the influence.
Being convicted of a crime can have many long-term implications. For one, it could cause a person to encounter employment barriers. A recent article suggests though that Illinois is seeing a lowering of some of these barriers.
There's two sides to every story. However, having an order of protection filed against you can feel very much one-sided. You might have a lot of questions about what will happen next, or how you should react. It's important to remain calm and do some research on what an order of protection really means.
What do a couch and a car have in common during a divorce? Both items are property, and only one spouse will walk away with it. While a piece of furniture doesn't seem like much to fight about, couples struggle with resolving property issues. A main reason why is because of equitable distribution.