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In this video, we’ll discuss the visitation rights of disabled adults who have an adult guardianship. We’ll answer the questions, “Can legal guardians stop visitation rights?” and “What are the adult guardianship visitation laws for 2019?” Each state has slightly different procedures for legal guardianships, so be sure to research Illinois law thoroughly.
In this article we explain visitation rights for grandparents and family members in Illinois. We discuss SB2498, a new law that outlines how certain non-parents, such as grandparents, can seek visitation rights with respect to children. We answer the questions: “Who can file for visitation rights in Illinois?” “What conditions must be met for family members to receive visitation rights in Illinois?” “What does the court consider when granting visitation rights to non-parent family members in Illinois?,” “Who can’t receive visitation rights in Illinois?” and “How can you file for visitation in Illinois?”
In this article we explain estate accounts for Illinois Probate. We answer the questions, “what is an estate account?”, “is an estate account always necessary?”, and “where should I open an estate account?” We also explain how to open an estate bank account and how to manage an estate account.