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Illinois State Forum / RE: Reduction of parenting time in IL
« on: Feb 21, 2006, 04:31:07 PM »
>Honestly it's hard to say becuase you didn't give any
>For example:
>1. How many children do you have with her and how old?

One child, very early teen.

>2. What is your ex's reason for wanting to reduce time?

Says he doesn't get enough time with her, or with his friends.  

He can spend as much time with his friends as he likes, I have never stopped him....also with regard to her time, she gets 24 days to my 6.  

Illinois State Forum / Reduction of parenting time in IL
« on: Feb 20, 2006, 02:29:23 PM »
What are some good defenses to use against a CP who is seeking a reduction in parenting time in IL?  I presently have two full weekends plus two Saturdays.  She is petitioning to take away the Saturdays.

Father's Issues / RE: Order of protection
« on: May 06, 2006, 01:40:59 PM »
Update:  I have still not been served and the matter was simply continued.

Father's Issues / RE: Order of protection
« on: Apr 30, 2006, 11:23:49 AM »
I've also left a detailed message for an attorney in that area whom I've been corresponding with, and whom will likely represent me in the divorce.

Also trying to find out....if her complaint is completely frivolous, am I entitled to any sort of court costs or attorney fees?

Father's Issues / RE: Order of protection
« on: Apr 29, 2006, 09:40:27 PM »
Ok, but what you're talking about sounds like "ex parte", which she tried to do.  (tried to convince the judge that there was enough of a threat to put an order in place without my awareness)  This was not granted.  The hearing on the 5th is the one where I would supposedly tell my side....however, I'm skeptical about what happens if she can't prove that I was served.

Father's Issues / Order of protection
« on: Apr 29, 2006, 04:43:31 PM »
Separated and in the divorce process.  One of ex's tactics was to file for a restraining order against me.  She requested it "ex parte" but that was denied.  There is a hearing on the matter on the 5th.

However, I haven't been served with anything.  I'm only aware of it because I happened to check the court call which is available online.  Can she get an order against me at this hearing if I haven't been served?

And, aren't I entitled to be served in a timely manner in advance of the hearing, to allow me time to respond to whatever allegations are being made?  I have no documentation to show what she is alleging, just that she filed for the order of protection, that the ex parte was denied, and that there is a hearing on the 5th.  

She is also doing this in another state, over 8 hours away.  

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