My client’s testimony made the news!

My client’s testimony made the news!
Girl using communication device.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, the Wall Street Journal and the American Bar Association Journal reported on my divorcing client’s Skype testimony.

Last week, at Chicago’s Daley Center, a judge ruled in my client’s favor by granting an extension to a previous order of protection. The only witness at the hearing was my 72 year-old bed-bound client. He testified from his home through Skype using his laptop.

In the courtroom, the clerk swore in my client through my iPad and we saw him testify through the iPad.

As far as I know, this is the first time in Illinois that a litigant has testified through Skype.

Spying On Your Wife or Husband

Spying On Your Wife or Husband

I generally do not recommend spying on your spouse after you decide to get a divorce. If you find your spouse is cheating, there are few legal remedies for you. Under Illinois law, cheating will likely not affect custody of the children, child support, marital distribution of assets or much else. In most cases, the only thing you will get is heartache.