Crack Develops In Rule Against Divorce Contingent Fees
Happy Holidays! Sharp Thinking No. 191 Perspectives on Developments in the Law from Sharp-Hundley, P.C. December 2020 Crack Develops In Rule Against Divorce Contingent Fees The rule against contingency fees in marriage dissolution matters may be crumbling. That’s the implication from a recent decision from the Appellate Court in Chicago. Grund & Leavitt, P.C. v.…Read More
Guaranty Triggered by Resistance to Foreclosure Is Enforceable, Court Says
By John T. Hundley, Jhundley@lotsharp.com, 618-242-0246
A provision making obligors personally liable if they resist foreclosure on an otherwise non-recourse obligation is enforceable, a panel of the Illinois Appellate Court in Chicago has held.
Price Alone No Basis To Void Judicial Sale, Court Holds
Inadequacy of the sales price, standing alone, is not a sufficient reason to deny confirmation of a judicial sale, a panel in the Appellate Court in Chicago held late last month.Read More