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How to Revoke Power of Attorney

In this article, we will explain how to revoke powers of attorney.  We will answer “What is the Power of Attorney?” , “Why Would You Want to Revoke Power of Attorney?” and “What are the Types of Power of Attorney?” and explain How to Revoke Power of Attorney.

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Guardian Ad Litem Frequently Asked Questions | Illinois Family Law and Guardianship FAQ

We answer frequent questions related to Guardian Ad Litems in Illinois. A guardian ad litem is an attorney appointed to represent and report to the court regarding the best interests of a child when custody or other parenting issues are involved in a domestic relationship case or of a child or disabled adult in a guardianship case.

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Orders of Protection in Guardianship Proceedings in Illinois

Guardianship is not to be taken lightly.  When guardianship is granted on behalf of a minor, the guardianship ends automatically when the child turns 18. The state of Illinois recognizes a parent’s right and responsibility to care and make decisions for their own children, so a guardian is unlikely to be appointed unless both parents are unable to make sound decisions for the child.

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