An unusual and emotional custody fight made its way to the Illinois Appellate Court last week. The case involves a man who is asking for custody and visitation of the child his ex-wife adopted during their brief marriage. The problem is that he never filed stepparent adoption papers.
This is the last post in a series about a case that an Illinois Appellate Court dismissed recently. The plaintiffs are a brother and sister, both adults, whose parents divorced 15 years ago. They accused their mother of intentional infliction of severe emotional distress.
We are continuing our discussion of what the press has dubbed the "bad mothering" case. Two children, now adults, sued their mother for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Last week, an Illinois Appellate Court dismissed the case that stemmed from a contentious divorce and stressful custody arrangements.
An Illinois Appellate Court dismissed an unusual lawsuit last week. Two adult children had sued their mother for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Their complaints stem from the contentious divorce of their parents more than 15 years ago.