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2021 Dunham Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal​

2021 Dunham Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal On August 2nd, 2021, Dunham Township published its 2021 Township Assessments. The first set of numbers on your tax bill is “06“. Therefore, if you are a Dunham Township property owner you have 30 days from the date of publication to file an appeal to your property assessment (property tax appeal). In

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Illinois Workers’ Compensation Guide

Illinois Workers’ Compensation Guide Date: August 12, 2021 By: Attorney Nicole O’Connor Worker’s Compensation Laws In Illinois Workers’ compensation is a state-mandated insurance program for people who are injured while at work. Each and every state have different laws that surround workers’ compensation. Specifically in Illinois, workers who become ill or injured due to work are entitled to workers’ comp benefits.

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DUI Myth’s In McHenry County

Date: August 11, 2021 By: Prime Law Group, LLC DUI Myth’s in McHenry County To begin, it should be said that you should not drink and drive. Though an obvious statement, according to the Illinois Secretary of State’s 2020 DUI Fact Book, 27,046 DUI arrest were made in 2020. In addition, roughly 75% of those arrested were males and 57% were

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Insurance for Divorced Servicemembers

Date: August 4, 2021 By: Attorney Jean Butler Insurance for Divorced Servicemembers Will I Have Health Coverage After my Divorce? Most times after a divorce, a military member is left with two options in relation to health coverage. First, we will begin with what is known as TRICARE. In order to qualify for TRICARE a few requirements will need to be met.

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Prime Law Group’s Spanish Translator

Date: August 2, 2021 By: Prime Law Group, LLC Prime Law Group’s Spanish Translator Prime Law Group, LLC is happy to announce that our website can now be translated to Spanish. For our customers convenience we have added the Weglot plugin to our website. The plugin is easy to use and with a single click you will get all of our

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Divorce in Military Families in Illinois​

Date: July 29, 2021 By: Attorney Jean Butler Divorce in Military Families in Illinois Divorce is an overwhelming and grueling process. But sometimes divorce is the only option. The divorce process is a different experience for everyone who goes through it. This is especially true for military families. The military provides useful services and support for the servicemember’s families. However, they will

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2021 Coral Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal​

2021 Coral Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal On July 28th, 2021, Coral Township published its 2021 Township Assessments. The first set of numbers on your tax bill is “17“. Therefore, if you are a Coral Township property owner you have 30 days from the date of publication to file an appeal to your property assessment (property tax appeal). In

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Illinois Estate Planning Guide

Illinois Estate Planning Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owvLQ0NF6OU Date: July 27, 2021 By: Andrew J. Mertzenich Important Estate Planning Documents The first step to having a comprehensive estate plan is to gather information on your personal and financial information. “Estate planning documents include wills, trust agreements, beneficiary designations for life insurance, 401(K) plans and IRAs, powers of attorney for healthcare and property, buy-sell agreements,

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Getting a Motorcycle License in Illinois

Date: July 23, 2021 By: Prime Law Group, LLC Getting a Motorcycle License in Illinois To begin, no matter if you want to ride a dirt bike or a Harley, you will need a motorcycle license. In Illinois there are two different types of licenses, a Class L and Class M. Individuals should know that a motorcycle license is not needed

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G.G v. Gloucester County School Board

Date: July 16, 2021 By: Attorney Tracy McGonigle G.G v. Gloucester County School Board To begin, on Monday June 28th, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board 972 F.3d 586 (4th Cir. 2020), which involved disputes over restrooms for transgender students. However, by declining to hear the case, the Supreme Court allowed the lower court’s ruling to

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