In almost 15 years at the columnist keyboard, no other subject has generated anywhere near the emails I’ve received in regard to family courtrooms and the judges that inhabit them. Had you told me that would be the case when I started writing for the Geneva, St. Charles, and Batavia Suns way back in 2006, I woulda told your significant other to lock up the liquor cabinet.
But here we are!
Considering the number of readers who’ve come to me for family court help, I truly want to thank 16th Circuit Family Court Judge Elizabeth Flood for taking time out of her insanely busy schedule to explain exactly how one navigates that often perilous proposition. And you can listen to the show right here!
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Upcoming shows include, but aren’t nearly limited to, former NIU Law School Dean Mark Cordes on social media “censorship” and U-26 School Board Candidate LeJewel Crigler and I will discuss the new Illinois education bill. Can you really force “wokeness” upon people?