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         IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
         COUNTY DEPARTMENT-DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION


In Re the Marriage of               )
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    Petitioner,                     )
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Respondent.                         )

                JUDGMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

    This cause coming on to be heard upon the duly verified

Petition for Dissolution of Marriage previously filed herein by

Petitioner, (name) , the Respondent having been served and having

failed to file an Appearance or Response and being held in

default, the Court having heard the evidence and testimony

adduced by the Petitioner in support of said Petition, and being

fully advised in the premises finds as follows:

    1.   That this Court has jurisdiction of the parties and the

subject matter of this cause.

    2.   That the Petitioner presently resides in the State of

Illinois, and have so resided for a period in excess of ninety

(90) days prior to the making of these findings.

    3.   That the parties hereto were lawfully joined in

marriage on (date of marriage), in (place of marriage).
    4.        That the parties separated on or about (date of

separation), and have not since lived together as husband and

wife.

    5.        As a result of the marriage, one child was born to the

parties, namely, (name of child), born (date of child’s birth);

and that no other children were born to, or adopted by, the

parties and the Respondent is not now pregnant.

    6.        That the Petitioner has substantially proved the

material allegations of her Petition for entry of the Judgment

for Dissolution of Marriage, and that grounds for the entry of

dissolution exist in that, without guilt or provocation on the

part of the Petitioner, the Respondent has been guilty of extreme

and repeated mental cruelty against the Petitioner.

        7. That the following marital property was acquired by the

parties during the marriage:

        8. That the following marital debts remain outstanding as

of the date of this Judgment of Dissolution.

         9.   That the minor child(ren) of the marriage presently

reside with the Petitioner and the Petitioner is a fit and proper

person to have their care, custody, control and education.

    IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED AS FOLLOWS:

    A.        That the bonds of matrimony previously existing between

the Petitioner, (name), and the Respondent, (name), are hereby

dissolved as to both Parties, pursuant to the Illinois Marriage

and Dissolution of Marriage Act.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED AS FOLLOWS:

A. That the Petitioner shall have the sole care, custody, control

and education of the minor child(ren) of the parties, subject to

reasonable visitation of the Respondent.

B.   That the Respondent shall have visitation on the following

schedule: alternate weekends from Friday at 6 PM to Sunday at 7

PM, alternating holidays and two weeks in the summer, Father’s

Day every year and the father’s birthday every year.   The mother

shall have the children with her on Mother’s Day every year and

on her birthday every year.   Holiday visitation shall take

precedence over regularly scheduled time with the children.

C.   That the Respondent shall pay, as and for child support, the

amount of (amount) dollars each (pay period), which sum

represents (percentage) per cent of his net income from all

sources.

D.   That the Respondent shall provide the Petitioner with a copy

of his W-2 form and his five most recent pay stubs as of February

15th, each year.

E.   That both parties shall name the minor child(ren) as

beneficiaries on any medical insurance which is available through

their employer so long as they have a duty to support said

child(ren).

F.   That the Petitioner shall be responsible for the ordinary

medical expenses of the minor child(ren) and the Respondent shall

be responsible for the extraordinary medical expenses.
Extraordinary medical expenses shall include orthodontia,

psychiatric treatment or hospitalization.

G.   That both parties shall name the minor child(ren) as

irrevocable beneficiaries of any life insurance policy available

through their employer, up to the first $50,000.00 until said

minor child(ren)finish college or reach age 23, whichever is

sooner.

H.   The Petitioner’s right to maintenance is reserved for two

years, which shall be the time at which the youngest minor child

is attending school full time.   The Respondent is barred from

receiving maintenance.

I.   The mother shall have the right to resume the use of her

maiden name of (MAIDEN NAME).

J.   Illinois shall retain jurisdiction of the parties and the

subject matter for future consideration of any issues arising out

of this Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage.




                          ENTER:__________________________________
                                             JUDGE




Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx
Attorney for Petitioner/Respondent
Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago
111 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, Il 60604
(312) 341-1070
Atty No.

								
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