MAILING NOTICES PURSUANT TO SUPREME COURT RULES 113 & 114 RELATING TO MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE CASES - effective May 8, 2013
Administrative Order 2013-10 was entered on May 8, 2013, which details the Court's requirements for handling the new Notice of Entry of Default and Judgment of Foreclosure required by Supreme Court Rule 113(d), which went into effect on May 1, 2013.
Per Administrative Order 2013-10, "the plaintiff shall fold and place the required notices in the envelopes. The envelopes shall be sealed upon delivery to the Clerk of the Circuit Court, who will mail the envelopes in accordance with the Supreme Court Rules. The Plaintiff's attorney will file, at the time the sealed envelopes containing the required notices are provided to the Clerk for mailing, copies of the Notices as required by Supreme Court Rule 113(d) and an Affidavit that: (1) contains a list of the names and addresses of all persons to whom the notice is to be sent; (2) states that the sealed envelopes contain the notice required by applicable Supreme Court Rules; and (3) that a notice is provided for all persons entitled to receive notice under the Rules.
At this time, the Circuit Clerk will not be charging a fee for the mailing of the above notice.
PROBATE FILING FEE INCREASE effective January 1, 2013
Probate Filing Fees will increase effective January 1, 2013. The filing fees for all Probate cases filed for the administration of the estate of a decedent (both testate and intestate) or of a missing person will increase by $100.00 effective January 1, 2013. Please refer to Public Act 097-1093 for more information on the new State of Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Operations Fee.
Updated CIVIL FEE SCHEDULE effective 1-1-2013
ORDER OF PROTECTION ONLINE ASSISTANCE
The McHenry County Circuit Clerk, in cooperation with the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court is pleased to offer online assistance in obtaining Orders of Protection, Civil No Contact Orders or Stalking No Contact Orders. The electronic system for filing Orders of Protection will hopefully make what is a complicated, time consuming process, faster and easier. If you are requesting an Order of Protection, you will still be required to come to the Courthouse to sign your petition and see a judge, but this new electronic system allows you to complete the paperwork ahead of time, reducing the amount of time you will spend at the Courthouse.
Order of Protection Online Assistance
McHENRY COUNTY LEGAL SELF-HELP ONLINE
Use McHenry County's Legal Self-Help Online to find answers to your legal questions.
McHenry County Legal Self-Help Online