Does Illinois have Judicare and if so who would you contact about questions on divorce?
No. Illinois does have a plan in progress referred to as the Equal Justice Project, it is however not available to all residents of the state. The Illinois Legal Aid Society does assist persons who qualify to obtain legal advice or representation at low costs or in some cases free (Pro Bono)
If you were married in indi but never got married in the us what are the procedured for divorce in Illinois?
Is the non-custodial parent obligated to keep insurance if the child becomes pregnant is 18 and is a full time student living at home?
You need to review your divorce decree and the associated child support orders and separation agreement. If you still have questions then you should consult with an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your state. The attorney can review your situation and explain your rights, obligations and options. Perhaps you should contact the attorney who represented you in your divorce. You need to review your divorce decree and the associated child support orders…