Going through a divorce can be an extremely emotional and vexing process – Nothing comes closer to the heart than family. Because I know these cases have the potential of changing the makeup of a family, I do not treat each case with a “one size fits all” approach, but instead, I treat each case uniquely, with special care, and an eye toward results.
Joseph Napoli is an attorney at the law firm of Beermann Pritikin Mirabelli Swerdlove LLP, one of the largest and most highly regarded divorce and family law firms in the nation – with a team of consisting of 40 attorneys in two offices.
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Greco v. Greco, 2017 IL App (1st) 153486-U
(Supreme Court Rule 23 Opinion)
Practice Area: Family
Date: August 21, 2017
Outcome: Wife refused to sign the proposed judgment and Husband moved to enforce the judgment. Following a hearing on Husband’s Motion to Enforce the Oral Settlement Agreement, the circuit court granted said motion and subsequently ordered the parties to prepare a judgment consistent with the terms the court previously found were orally agreed to. At the prove-up hearing, Wife testified that she did not enter into the oral settlement agreement freely and voluntarily. The circuit court rejected Wife’s argument and entered the Judgment for Dissolution of Marriage. Wife appealed. Appellate Court affirmed the circuit court’s order granting husband’s Motion to Enforce the Settlement Agreement and the circuit court’s entry of the Judgment for Dissolution of Marriage.