News at Wakeman Law Group
Wakeman Law Group is an established law firm in Crystal Lake. In addition to legal representation, we like to share news relevant to our firm. Here, you get recent news articles, view recent cases and our current presentations. Contact us to learn more.
In the News
June 1, 2020
This has been a time of stress on relationships and a time to take stock of relationships that were already not going well.
May 4, 2020
Quarantine & Social Distancing Tips You Should Know
Quarantine and social distancing will take a toll on some relationships. During this time, please be kind, do not incite your partner, do not allow yourself to become angry.
March 21, 2020
Governor Pritzker signs an executive order to allow remote signing of documents which require a notary.
With Wakeman Law Group’s technology, we can help you update your Powers of Attorney and estate planning documents. Please call or email to set up an appointment.
January 25, 2020
Liz was a co-presenter at the Illinois State Bar Association Family Law Back to Basics Seminar presented by the ISBA Family Law Section Council. Liz spoke on the topics of “Discovery, Trial Preparation and Organization”. Wakeman Law Group, PC attorney, Seema Shaffer, also attended this seminar!
- Welcome, Wakeman Law Group Inc, to the #iPledge Family
June 9, 2019
Shelter in Place and Parenting Time: You must follow the parenting agreement that is in place. The Governor’s Executive order Paragraph 14 e allows for travel to transport children for parenting time.
Quarantine and Social Distancing: Quarantine and social distancing will take a toll on some relationships. During this time, please be kind, do not incite your partner, do not allow yourself to become angry. Please recognize that law enforcement will be tackling a lot and a trip to your home will not be a good use of their resources. The ability to get into court with an attorney will be limited although available if absolutely necessary.
When tempers start to flare and emotions start to run high, please conduct yourself with your children in mind. Do not do or say anything that you would not want them to do or say to you or to their partner later in life.
You can tell your partner what you think after the quarantine, out of the presence of children, when you are not limited in your living options. Today, this week, next week, is the time to walk to another room.
This is good time to avoid alcohol and other things that increase the likelihood of arguments.
If you need to speak to someone for legal advice or to help guide you in your next step, a call to my office will be forwarded to me whether I am home or at the office.
May 12, 2018
American Institute of Family Law Attorneys