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In Indiana, you can be eligible for an order of protection against a family or household member who commits acts of domestic violence or family violence against you or a child. You can also get an order against anyone who committed harassment, stalking, or a sex offense against you, regardless of the relationship. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Whether or not you are party to a divorce proceeding, if two parents are involved in a court case over the custody of the children, you may be required to attend mediation. During mediation, a neutral third party will attempt to find common ground over issues around parenting time and responsibilities over the minor children. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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To change a child’s name in Illinois, certain people need to be notified, including the child’s father, unless the father’s rights have been terminated or his rights were never established | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Expungement in legal terms is to remove or completely erase the record. The expungement process in the legal system is where the criminal record is either destroyed or sealed from view, making it impossible to access by the general public or by a background check. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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Once you miss a payment on your mortgage, your servicer will provide a grace period of a certain period of days. Every month you are late, the servicer can charge late fees. This amount will be in your loan documents and mortgage statements. | O’Flaherty Law – Learn About Law Legal Articles, Videos & Podcasts with O’Flaherty Law
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