The Law Offices of Roger W. Stelk - Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004

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1500 W Shure Dr, Suite 245 , Arlington Heights , Illinois 60004

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Attorney Roger W. Stelk has more than 30 years experience in family law, real estate, probate & guardianship. Based in Arlington Heights, he provides. affordable, efficient and zealous representation. Evening, weekend and at-home appointments available. Free initial consultation.

Arlington Heights Divorce & Family Law Attorney

Arlington Heights divorce lawyer representing men and women in all matters of family law, including child support, maintenance (alimony), asset evaluation, child custody, visitation & paternity.

The Law Offices of Roger W. Stelk is located in the Arlington Heights area of Illinois. There are at least 17 other listings in the 60004 postcode area.

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Yes, it is illegal in Illinois to record a private conversation without everyone’s knowledge and permission. https://t.co/MaXPT6KDPQ
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"BABY BOOMER DIVORCE RATES HAVE NEARLY DOUBLED SINCE 1990." https://t.co/tKOJ8ILgaC by @RogerWStelk on @LinkedIn
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BABY BOOMERS DIVORCE RATES HAVE NEARLY DOUBLED SINCE 1990 https://t.co/dsX1odBr53
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Tax code eliminates the tax deduction on alimony starting in 2019 http://ow.ly/vYdk30igkkU
2/7/2018 6:00:16 PM
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As some of you may know, a bill was proposed in the Illinois legislature on January 25th to ban tackle football for players ages twelve and under. The proposal is called the Dave Duerson Act, named for the former Chicago Bears player who took his life in 2011 by shooting himself in the chest, presumably to spare his brain, so it could be studied. Duerson was found to have had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, a degenerative brain disease that has been linked to repeated head trauma. The opponents of this bill claim that there is no scientific evidence that young players are at risk for CTE. Proponents say that studies have shown a correlation between the duration of a player’s career and the probability of getting the disease which is why the bill would force players to wait until they basically reach middle school in order to play tackle football.
1/31/2018 8:27:22 PM
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Proposed law would lower the babysitting age to 12 years old in Illinois. http://www.wifr.com/content/news/New-bill-proposed-to-lower-the-Illinois-babysitting-age-from-14-to-12-470795343.html
1/24/2018 7:41:19 PM
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RENT TO OWN This short article from my blog discusses the rent to own option in selling real estate. https://stelklaw.com/blog/rent-to-own-transactions/
1/24/2018 4:33:00 PM
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Miranda warning. It requires police to give criminal suspects in custody, a warning about their constitutional rights before interrogation, including the right to remain silent. Ernesto Miranda (after whom these rights were named), was killed in 1976. A suspect was arrested for the murder, but he chose to exercise his right to remain silent after being read his Miranda rights. He was never convicted. Ironic.
1/23/2018 9:17:11 PM
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According to many realtor acquaintances, 2018 will be a busy year in the real estate market. Here’s an article from my blog from a few years ago that will give you a good idea of what you can expect your closing costs to be. https://stelklaw.com/blog/selling-house-will-selling-costs/
1/23/2018 8:55:16 PM
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Call your realtor now if you’re looking to sell in 2018. https://www.realtor.com/advice/sell/reasons-to-sell-your-home-in-2018/
1/23/2018 5:05:49 PM
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Happy to be selected. https://www.expertise.com/il/chicago/probate-lawyers
1/23/2018 2:50:54 PM
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WRONGFUL DEATH “HAZING” LAW SUIT AGAINST FORMER FRATERNITY MEMBERS AT NIU CAN MOVE FORWARD In 2012, a pledge at a Northern Illinois University fraternity died after a pledging event (deemed a hazing event) left him with a blood alcohol level above 0.35 (over four times the legal limit). His family filed a wrongful death suit against the local, national and international chapters of the fraternity, as well as the individual fraternity and non-fraternity members involved. The suit was dismissed in 2014. However, the Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that the case can go forward against the individuals involved. Justice Charles Freeman stated in the opinion “[w]e would be turning a blind eye if we failed to acknowledge the differences between a social host situation and an alcohol-related hazing event.” The case will now start anew in the Circuit Court of Cook County.
1/22/2018 11:27:01 PM
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The Illinois Supreme Court will decide whether the law prohibiting convicted sex offenders from entering public parks is constitutional. Last year, an Illinois appeals court ruled that the law making it a crime for convicted sex offenders to set foot in public parks is unconstitutional because it can punish innocent conduct.
1/10/2018 7:00:22 PM

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