If you filed a fee waiver application, you are required to go to court for a hearing on or before 14 calendar days
from the date of filing the Fee Waiver. The location as well as available days and time for you to appear
are listed below. If you fail to appear in court for the hearing on your Fee Waiver, the court may dismiss
your claim or strike your appearance. Please note, if your Fee Waiver is denied, payment must be made.
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Mortgage Foreclosure; Temporary Restraining Order; Declaratory Judgment; Injunction; Class Action; Arbitration; Certiorari; Accounting; Dissolution of Corporation; Dissolution of Partnership; Equitable Lien; Interpleader; Mandamus; Ne Exeat; Partition ; Quiet Title; Quo Warranto; Redemption Rights; Reformation of a Contract; Rescission of a Contract; Specific Performance; Trust Construction.
Claim is less than $30,000 where the event surrounding the lawsuit occurred in the City of Chicago. Non-personal Injury Tort; Confession of Judgment; Replevin; Detinue; Foreign Judgment; Registration of Administrative Judgment; Personal Injury Motor Vehicle; Dram Shop; Product Liability; Personal Injury Subrogation; Personal Injury Motor Vehicle Subrogation; Tort Intentional; Property Damage; Breach of Contract; Fraud; Consumer Fraud; Breach of Warranty; Statutory Action Complaint; Illinois Court Judgment; Petition for Discovery; Change of Name (Suburban Districts Only); Housing; Ordinance Violation; Objection to Fast Track; Criminal Ordinance Violation; Heating; Vacant Building; Pro se; Joint Action; Possession of Property; Possession of Property and Rent (Joint Action); Mortgage Foreclosure Eviction; CHA Eviction; Animal Care and Control; Buildings Nuisance; Buildings Standard; Buildings Target; Chicago Police; Consumer Services; Department of Health; Department of Streets and Sanitation; Department of Transportation (roads and sidewalks); Department of the Environment; Gun Registration; Business Affairs and Licensing; Vehicle Impoundment; Wage Garnishment; Parking Ticket; Red Light Camera Ticket; Boot, Tow and Pre-seizure Cases; Post-Tow.
Mental Health Proceedings; Involuntary Commitment/Treatment Under Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code; Writ of Habeas Corpus; Petition to Review Records of Treatment Under Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code; Adoptions; Putative Father Identification; Appointment of a Confidential Intermediary; Abandoned Newborn Infant Act; Real Estate Tax; Collection of Unpaid Taxes; Administrative Review of Decision of the Property Tax Appeal Board; Tax Objection; Payment from Indemnity Fund; Tax Deed; Expunge Redemption; Relief Prior to Filing of Petition for Tax Deed; Collectors Application for Judgment and Order of Sale; Certificates of Error; Vacate Tax Sale; Real Estate Tax Refund; Special Assessment; Review of Actions of Electoral Board; Election Contest; Appointment of a Public Member to an Electoral Board; Emancipation of Minor; Judicial Approval of an Underage Marriage; Estray and Lost Property Act; Collect Estate Tax; Annexation of a Taxing Body; Disconnection from a Taxing Body; Commitment/Treatment/Isolation of Person Infected with a Contagious Disease; Operation of Drainage Districts; Article 14 of School Code; Civil Asset Forfeiture; Change of Name; Administrative Filing (Mechanic Lien); Gestational Surrogacy; Delayed Record of Birth; Child of Assisted Reproduction
Expungement cases; for arrests where no charges were made.
Dissolution of Marriage/Civil Union; Legal Separation; Alternative Dissolution of Marriage; Declaration of Invalidity; Joint Petition for Simplified Dissolution; Allocation of Parental Responsibilities; Custody; Non-parent Visitation; Praecipe for Dissolution; Praecipe for Legal Separation; Petition Transferred from Foreign Jurisdiction; Petition to Register a Foreign Judgment; Petition to Issue Subpoena; Article X; Administrative Declaration of Parentage; UIFSA; Registration of Administrative Child.
Claim is more than $30,000 where the event surrounding the lawsuit occurred in the City of Chicago. Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Tax; Confessions of Judgment; Replevin; Condemnation; Detinue; Unemployment Compensation; Foreign Transcript; Administrative Review Action; Petition to Register a Foreign Judgment; Commercial Litigation; Breach of Contract; Professional Malpractice; Fraud; Consumer Fraud; Breach of Warranty; Statutory Action; Retaliatory Discharge; Property Damage; Legal Malpractice; Libel/Slander; Petition for Qualified Orders; Petition to Issue Subpoena; Petition for Discovery.
Guardianship for a Disabled Person; Guardianship for Estate of a Disabled Person; Decedent’s Estate – Intestate; Letter of Administration to Collect; Proof of Heirship; Guardianship for a Minor; Guardianship for the Estate of a Minor; Decedent’s Estate – Will; Executor; Will Annexed.
Dissolution of Marriage/Civil Union; Legal Separation; Alternative Dissolution of Marriage; Declaration of Invalidity; Joint Petition for Simplified Dissolution; Allocation of Parental Responsibilities; Custody; Non-parent Visitation; Praecipe for Dissolution; Praecipe for Legal Separation; Petition Transferred from Foreign Jurisdiction; Petition to Register a Foreign Judgment; Petition to Issue Subpoena; Article X; Administrative Declaration of Parentage; UIFSA; Registration of Administrative Child
Order of Protection; Stalking No Contact; Civil No Contact; Register Foreign Judgement;
Workplace Violence; Criminal Order of Protection