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5 Reasons to Install a Dash Cam

5 Reasons to Install a Dash Cam Date: October 26, 2021 By: Attorney Nicole L. O’Connor What is a Dash Cam? To begin, a dash cam is a type of camera you mount on the dashboard of your car. Furthermore, the main purpose of a dash cam is to help keep you feeling safe and secure. This device can act as

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What is Eminent Domain?​

Date: October 20, 2021 By: Prime Law Group What is Eminent Domain? Below are snippets from the recoded webinar with Attorney Bryan Lynch. Click here to watch the webinar. In short, eminent domain can be defined as the right of the government to take private land for public use. To clarify, if the government needs to take your property you will

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How to Change Your Name After a Divorce​

Date: October 15, 2021 By: Attorney Jean Butler How to Change Your Name After a Divorce To begin, a divorce is most usually not the happiest of times and can be a costly act. In addition, after a divorce, some individuals may want to change their names. This article breaks down how you would change your name after a divorce. Divorce Judgment Firstly,

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How Does IDOT Acquire my Property on Route 47?

Date: October 14, 2021 By: Prime Law Group How Does IDOT Acquire my Property on Route 47? Below are snippets from the recoded webinar with Attorney Bryan Lynch.  Click here to watch the webinar. There are two main ways IDOT (Illinois Department of Transportation) can go about getting your land or property. First, has to do with signing a contract. The

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Webinar-Algonquin Township Tax Appeals

When: POSTPONED 6:00 p.m. (CST) Length of Webinar: Free 30 Minute Webinar Registration Webinar-Algonquin Township Tax Appeals Prime Law Group, LLC is excited to announce that they will be hosting a live webinar with Prime Law Groups tax analyst Brent Tarter. Brent is a certified Illinois assessing officer with 10 years of experience. Come join Brent and the Prime Law

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2021 Algonquin Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal​

2021 AlgonquinTownship Property Assessment | Tax Appeal On October 5th, 2021, Algonquin Township published its 2021 Township Assessments. The first set of numbers on your tax bill are “19-20“. In addition, if you are an Algonquin Township property owner you have 30 days from the date of publication to file an appeal to your property assessment (property tax appeal). Lastly, the

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Common Questions for Modified Jeeps​

Date: September 29, 2021 By: Attorney Nicole L. O’Connor Email: noconnor@primelawgroup.com Phone: 815-338-2040 Ext:107 Common Questions for Modified Jeeps As a fellow jeeper that is a member of various jeep clubs and social media jeep pages, I commonly see questions regarding what the state laws of Illinois are for modifications. I often see people who have received written offenses or warnings

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2021 Hartland Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal​

2021 Hartland Township Property Assessment | Tax Appeal On September 15th, 2021, Hartland Township published its 2021 Township Assessments. The first set of numbers on your tax bill is “07“. In addition, if you are an Hartland Township property owner you have 30 days from the date of publication to file an appeal to your property assessment (property tax appeal).

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Route 47 (Woodstock) IDOT Expansion – Know Your Rights

[RECORDED WEBINAR] Missed the webinar don’t worry you can watch it! VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR When: Wednesday, October 6th 6:00 p.m. (CST) Length of Webinar: Free 45 Minute Webinar VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR Route 47 (Woodstock) IDOT Expansion – Know Your Rights Prime Law Group, LLC is excited to announce that they will be hosting a live webinar with Attorney Bryan Lynch

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License Plate Suspensions in Illinois

Date: September 23, 2021 By: Attorney Nicole O’Connor License Plate Suspensions in Illinois Recently, the state of Illinois has implemented a new electronic system for verifying license plates. Since the new addition was made, roughly 2,700 license plates have been suspended in the state of Illinois. The program went in affect about 2 months ago in July. Furthermore, this new system

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