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WITHDRAWAL FROM DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE CASE BASED ON “UNDER THE TABLE” AND/OR “OFF THE BOOKS” PARTIAL FINANCIAL SETTLEMENT, FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY AVAILABLE TO REPRESENT CLIENTS FROM THE BELLEVILLE, ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLINOIS AREA

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WITHDRAWAL FROM DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE CASE BASED ON “UNDER THE TABLE” AND/OR “OFF THE BOOKS” PARTIAL FINANCIAL SETTLEMENT, FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY AVAILABLE TO REPRESENT CLIENTS FROM THE BELLEVILLE, ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLINOIS AREA

WE WITHDREW FROM A DIVORCE CASE ONCE WE HAD REASON TO BELIEVE THAT THE PARTIES HAD WORKED OUT ADDITIONAL CONCESSIONS AND/OR FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN THEMSELVES THAT WERE NOT TO BE MADE A MATTER OF RECORD. WE DID NOT WISH TO BECOME INVOLVED IN REPRESENTING TO THE COURT THAT ANY PARTICULAR SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT ENTERED INTO BY THE PARTIES WAS FULL AND COMPLETE AND REPRESENTED THE ENTIRETY OF THE SETTLEMENT REACHED, WHEN WE HAD REASON TO BELIEVE THAT IT DID NOT. WE BELIEVE THAT WITH RESPECT TO ANY SETTLEMENT, ALL MATERIAL MATTERS SHOULD BE A MATTER OF RECORD INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, BECAUSE OF ENFORCEABILITY ISSUES AT A LATER DATE.

Blake Behme Gilbreth Links, P.C.

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