The impact of coronavirus on our court system has impacted the ability of the parties to a divorce to get their actual divorce. I will discuss new rules / standing orders in certain counties that allow for remote prove-ups in divorce case. This post will address the reason why prove-ups should no … [Read more...] about Remote Prove-ups
AAML IL Columbus Day program 2018: This Columbus Day, Gunnar J. Gitlin co-chaired the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyer's 12th Annual Columbus Day Program for Experienced Family Lawyers. This program has become the most well attended continuing legal education program in Illinois on the topic … [Read more...] about Illinois Family Law Continuing Legal Education: The Gitlin Law Firm 2018/19
Gunnar J. Gitlin completed his comprehensive rewrite of Gitlin on Divorce: A Guide to Illinois Family Law. The treatise represents the completion of the rewrite started in 2016. It is available now through Lexis. Accordingly, the 2017 rewrite of Gitlin on Divorce: A Guide to Illinois Family … [Read more...] about Rewrite of Gitlin on Divorce 2019-2020 Ed: A Guide to Illinois Family Law
On April 19, 2017, the DHFS has made available charts for the calculation of child support based on the July 1, 2017 income share model. Chart for Conversion of Gross to Net Income Income Shares Scheduled Based on Net Income1 A quick review of the charts indicates that: The highest … [Read more...] about Income Shares: The Charts!
In April 2017, Gunnar J. Gitlin became a fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers. This prestigious group of attorneys provides the following information about its charter and mission: The IAFL is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the … [Read more...] about Gunnar J. Gitlin Becomes Fellow of International Academy of Family Lawyers
On October 24, 2016, the Circuit Judges of the 19th Judicial Circuit revised and adopted the Local Rules. Attached are certain of the local rules applicable to divorce and family law cases in Lake County. Divorce lawyers practicing in the county should review these rules as soon as possible because … [Read more...] about Lake County Illinois Adopts New Rules for Divorce and Paternity Cases