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Major Changes to the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act

By Joseph Weigel | June 3, 2020   On Governor Pritzker’s first day of office, he signed into law Public Act 100-1177, making significant changes to the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act (IPWA). The bill took effect on June 1, 2019. Before Public Act 100-1177, the law...

Change in Hours During Coronavirus Outbreak

McCarthy, Callas & Feeney, P.C. values the health and safety of our clients and employees. We are open and available to serve your legal needs during the Coronavirus outbreak, but our office will only be open to the public during the following limited hours:...

New Family Law Act

There is a new family-law act that attempts to streamline the divorce process. Public Act 100-0520 takes effect in June of 2018 and makes changes to the Code of Civil Procedure and the Illinois Dissolution of Marriage and Marriage Act (IMDMA). This new act focuses on...

Real Estate Installment Sales Contracts

Since the housing market crash in 2008, more and more people are choosing to buy on contract instead of seeking a traditional mortgage. What this means is buyers are choosing to live in a house while directly paying the seller a contract payment over time instead of...

Illinois Probate Proceedings

Illinois law requires probate proceedings in the event a parent passed away and she owned either any real estate or personal property of $100,000.00 or more.  However, if your mom passes away with no real estate and her other assets are less than $100,000.00 at the...

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