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Asked on: 6/30/13, 9:06 pm

My ex husband has a job like a waitress where he gets a base hourly plus commission and overtime. His Amy to pay is set at a standard of 28% of his base hourly rate and every quarter I'm supposed to receive a copy of his paycheck stub and he's supposed to give me 28% of the difference. I am also supposed to receive tax return and w2 info at the end of the year. I've received no paycheck stubs or tax info or any overage pay for over a year now. What is the process I need to go through to take him to court to get that back pay and to get him to give me his documents. And do you recommend an attorney

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Answered on: 7/01/13, 6:35 am by Jonathan Shimberg

First of all send a written demand for the returns by certified and regular mail. When you get no response you need to file a Petition for Adjudication of Indirect Civil Contempt. Go to Illinois Legal Aid on line for the form.


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