Today's announcements are for 9-28-2020.

Probate Div.

MALONE, Daniel B., pj.
  DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-7545
BEST E. ANAELE
Chief Deputy Clerk
ROOM 1202--DALEY CENTER
50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Telephone (312)603-5694
TALITHA Z. MILLER
Asst. Chief Deputy Clerk
ROOM 1202--DALEY CENTER
50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Telephone (312)603-2486
General Info: (312)603-6441
        Instructions for Probate Division Virtual Hearings
        Effective June 29, 2020
In light of the 2020 global coronavirus pandemic, in order to protect the health and safety of the general public and the Court's Judges and employees, and in furtherance of the measures set forth in Cook County Circuit Court General Administrative Order No. 2020-01 (amended May 28, 2020), until further notice, cases filed in the Probate Division will be managed pursuant to the following Instructions for virtual hearings.
1. Accessing the Zoom Hearing
   a. Each Judge will utilize an individual Zoom Account through which he/she may conduct the daily call.
   b. The meeting ID will remain the same for each Calendar on each day. The meeting ID for each Calendar is as follows:
   Calendar       Name                   Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password
   Calendar 1     Carolyn Quinn             943-1309-9144     598-671
   Calendar 2     Carolyn Gallagher          912-1199-9674     559-091
   Calendar 7     Daniel Malone              937-7172-2336     655-983
   Calendar 8     Kent Delgado              973-6333-0421     843-479
   Calendar 9     Stephanie Miller            958-0588-9933     871-226
   Calendar 10    Aicha MacCarthy           974-8824-5324     574-056
   Calendar 11    Terrence McGuire          949-9741-2923     620-250
   Calendar 12    Jesse Outlaw               950-4590-0846     383-491
   Calendar 13    Daniel Degnan             941-8836-9040     133-720
   Calendar 15    Shauna Boliker             987-1163-7423     277-091
   Calendar 16    Susan Kennedy-Sullivan     982-6205-3371     328-621
   Calendar 25    James Murphy              989-0553-5582     887-675
   c. Participants will not be allowed to enter the meeting until the Host joins the meeting. The Host may be the Judge, a Probate Division staff member, or an extern. Participants can join the meeting (call) 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the court call.
   d. The Zoom meeting can be accessed by computer, smartphone, or telephone:
     i. To join the meeting by computer, go to www.zoom.us. At the top of the screen, click "Join a Meeting". In the pop-up box that appears, enter the meeting ID number. Click Join. After clicking Join, you will be prompted to enter the meeting Password. After entering the meeting password, you will join the meeting.
     ii. To join the meeting by smartphone application (app), search for "zoom.us" in your smartphone's app store. From the search results, download and open the app entitled "ZOOM Cloud Meetings". Accept the Terms and Conditions. Tap the blue button entitled "Join a Meeting". Enter the meeting ID number, the session ID number, and click Join. After clicking Join, you will be prompted to enter the Password. After entering the meeting password, you will join the meeting
    iii. To join the meeting via telephone, dial (312) 626-6799 and enter the meeting ID number. You will be asked for the "session ID number". There is no session ID number, so simply press pound (#). Upon pressing pound (#), you will be allowed into the meeting.
   e. Upon joining, participants will be placed in the "Waiting Room" and will remain there until they are checked in by the Host or the Co-Host.
     i. During check-in, participants should be ready to provide the participant's name, case name, case number, and names of the other expected participants in that hearing.
    ii. If there are other participants in the hearing (e.g. other attorneys, witnesses, clients, etc.), the Court will not call the case until all participants are in the Waiting Room.
   iii. Following check-in, participants will be placed back in the Waiting Room and remain there until the Court is ready for your case.
   f. If able, each participant should rename his Zoom name to his full name (e.g. John Doe). If a participant cannot change his name or does not know how to change it, the Host or Co-Host will change it for the participant.
 2. Conduct during the Zoom Hearing
   a. At the commencement of every hearing, each participant shall identify every person in their presence as well as if/when anyone enters or leaves the room in which the participant is located.
   b. All participants shall use their best efforts to be courteous to one another, including but not limited to the following:
     i. Not speak over on another;
    ii. Insure to the best of their ability that they are in camera range at all
    iii. Minimize background noise; and
    iv. Silence their phones during the hearing.
   c. The Judge retains broad discretion to take appropriate steps for those participants who do not comply with the foregoing, including but not limited to, muting participants, admonishing the participants, and holding a participant in contempt of court.
   d. Any person who wishes to speak confidentially with another person during the hearing (e.g. attorney/client) may ask to be placed in the Breakout Room.
   e. Pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 63(a), all parties and persons in attendance. are prohibited from making audio or video recordings of any proceeding or taking any photographs of the proceedings.
 3. Admonishments
   a. The video or audio recording of the proceedings through any device or format (except by the authorized Court Reporter) is strictly prohibited. Failure to comply with this admonishment may result in the imposition of sanctions or in a finding of contempt of court.
   b. No communication of any kind is permitted between a witness, including a party, during his/her testimony (from the time the witness takes the stand until the witness is excused) and any other person by any means (e.g. verbally, texts, email, use of private chat functions, etc.)
 4. Court Reporters
   a. Only a Court Reporter can prepare an official record of a virtual hearing. A Court Reporter can attend the proceeding as a Zoom participant and must be invited by the Host. The Court Reporter is the only person authorized to transcribe the virtual hearing proceeding. Any recording by a party or other person of a virtual hearing without the permission of the Court is prohibited.
   b. The Court will provide an Official Court Reporter for Adult Guardianship cases and Orders of Protection hearings. Official Court Reporters will not report Minor Guardianship and Decedent matters unless a party retains an independent Court Reporter.
 5 .Interpreters
   a.Interpreters are available upon request with advance notice. Requests for Spanish and Polish interpreters must be made at least 48 hours in advance of the hearing. Requests for interpreters of languages other than Spanish and Polish must be made at least five (5) business days in advance.
   b.American sign language interpreters, certified deaf interpreters, and CART services are available upon request with advanced notice. Requests for these services must be made at least five (5) business days in advance of the hearing.
   c.To request an interpreter, the requesting party shall email Joseph Fleming (joseph.fleming@cookcountyil.gov) and Nicholas Zausch (Nicholas.zausch@cookcountyil.gov). The email shall include the case name, case number, court calendar, name of the assigned Judge, and language needed.
   d.If the requesting party does not have access to email, he/she may request an interpreter by calling (312) 603-7545 or (312) 603-7546. The voicemail shall include the case name, case number, Court Calendar, name of the assigned Judge, and language needed.
 6. Questions or Concerns
   a. If you have any problems accessing the meeting within 30 minutes of the hearing, send an email to Nicholas Zausch at Nicholas.zausch@cookcountyil.gov and Joseph Fleming at
(joseph.fleming@cookcountyil.gov with "URGENT: Zoom Hearing" in the subject line. In the body of the email, include your name, case number, phone number, and the problem you are having. You will be contacted to facilitate your access to the meeting.
   b. If attorneys and self-represented litigants do not have access to the Internet or have questions regarding the Probate Division or these Instructions, please contact the administrative assistant at (312) 603-7545 or (312) 603-7546.
Order dated June 23, 2020, order signed by Daniel B. Malone, Acting Presiding Judge, Probate Division, Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.
June 25-Sept 30

        CALENDAR 1

QUINN, Carolyn G., aj.
  ROOM 1814—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-7546
        Standing Order
This Standing Order supersedes all prior standing orders of Calendar 01 and will remain in effect until further notice.
 1. All emergency motions for cases assigned to Calendar 01 will be heard by Judge Quinn or any judge sitting in her stead.
 2. Judge Quinn, or any Judge sitting in her stead, will endeavor to dispose of agreed or uncontested matters in advance of the scheduled court elate. When agreed or uncontested matters can be disposed of prior to their scheduled court date, the Court will notify Movant/Petitioner or their counsel that no court appearance, via video conference (see below) or otherwise, is necessary. Movant/Petitioner shall notify all parties scheduled to appear that the order was approved and appearance on the scheduled date is excused.
   1. Agreed or uncontested matters may include:
     a. Petitions for guardianship
     b. Petitions to approve settlement
     c .Inventories;
     d. Budgets;
     e. Accountings;
     f. Listings of real estate;
     g. Sales of real estate;
     h. Reports on sale;
     i. Presentations of vouchers
     j. Petitions to close the estate and
     k. Any other matter deemed appropriate by the Judge
 3. The pleadings listed in paragraph 3 (a-k) shall include or be accompanied by the following information or materials:
    a. Listing of Real Estate: information as to the current value of the estate, most recent approved inventory and/or accounting and the order approving the same, the current residence of the ward, whether the property is currently occupied, a comparative analysis or appraisal, and the real estate broker's fee (not to exceed 5%).
    b. Sale of Real Estate: information regarding the original listing price of the property, the amount of time on the market and the costs to be approved. The proposed order must contain a date for presentation of Report on Sale.
    c. Presentation of Vouchers: Petitioners' vouchers must demonstrate that the payee has received the court-approved disbursement, and not merely that the funds have been disbursed. Photocopies of the front and back of cancelled checks are adequate proof of payment, as are receipts from payees or signed communications from payees indicating payment has been received.
    d. Petition to Approve Settlement: if a settlement has been approved in another division of the Circuit Court of Cook County or another court, a copy of the Court's order approving the settlement, fees and costs.
      i. If the proposed settlement has not been approved by another division of the Circuit Court of Cook County or another court, the petition must include:
       1. A statement that the proposed settlement is fair and reasonable and facts describing the injury and resulting damages;
       2. Petitioner shall also state why, in Petitioner's opinion, the proposed settlement is fair and reasonable;
       3. If the minor was hospitalized, Petitioner shall provide a copy of discharge records and records of physical therapy, if any, for in camera review. Medical records should not be filed with the Clerk's Office;
       4. If the minor is receiving medical treatment at the time the Petition to Approve Settlement is filed, a letter from the treating physician stating the nature of the treatment and the minor's prognosis; and
       5. A statement from the insurance carrier, if the settlement is for insurance policy limits, or if the settlement is pursuant to an uninsured motorist policy provision.
    e. Petition for Guardianship:
      i. Exhibit A attached to the Petition shall include the names of all persons, if any, entitled to notice of the Petition pursuant to 755 ILCS 5/l l-8(a). Petitioner shall provide a copy of Notice of Motion to these individuals or a notarized, signed waiver by the person(s) entitled to notice stating that they waive same;
     ii. A notarized surety bond, signed by the nominated guardian and by a surety representative, equal to 150% of the value of the minor's personal estate; and
    iii. An affidavit of the nominee for guardian demonstrating his/her suitability to serve as guardian pursuant to 755 ILCS 5/11-3(a).
 4. Agreed or uncontested order: The submission must include a proposed agreed or uncontested order. All agreed or uncontested orders shall contain the email address and telephone number of Petitioner's counsel or the self-represented party who submitted the order. After entry of the order, the Clerk shall mail a copy to the Petitioner. The Petitioner shall email a copy of the order to all counsel of record, self-represented litigants and any other person entitled to notice within 48 hours of receipt thereof;
 5. A Petition for an agreed order shall include:
   a. A verified statement that notice has been provided to all parties and persons entitled to notice; and
   b. A verified statement that all parties and persons entitled to notice have affirmatively agreed to the petition.
 6. A Petition for an uncontested order shall include:
   a. A verified statement that notice has been provided to all parties and persons entitled to notice;
   b. The Petitioner's email notice shall contain the following statement within the body of the email, which shall be in bold:
        "This petition will be submitted to the Court as uncontested
        unless you respond to this email and advise that you object to
        such submission within four (4) business days of the date of this email."
    c. A verified statement that after such notice, the petition is uncontested.
 7. Proposed agreed or uncontested orders shall include a provision allowing the Court, if necessary, to enter the order as modified by the Court, or, to enter and continue the proposed petition. If the Court declines to enter the proposed order, the matter shall be heard via video or audio conference at the next scheduled court elate.
 8. Electronic signatures will be accepted pursuant to 5 ILCS 175/5-120, and representations that a matter is agreed or uncontested will be accepted under penalties of sanctions, including pursuant to Ill. S. Ct. R. 137.
 9. Submission of written materials in support of all matters shall be as follows:
   a. Petitioner shall e-file all written materials (with the exception of medical records) with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Upon e-filing, Petitioner shall obtain a hearing date from the Clerk. If a hearing date has already been assigned to the matter, Petitioner may submit courtesy copies to the Court, in compliance with this Order, in advance of the existing hearing date.
   b. Courtesy copies of emergency motions shall be submitted to to the Court no later than 10:00 am on the court day preceding the date requested for hearing. Courtesy copies of any other matters for the Court's consideration, as well as proposed order(s), must be submitted to the Court no more than five (5) and no less than three (3) business days in advance of a matter's scheduled hearing or presentation date. All courtesy copies shall be emailed to Judge Quinn at carolvn.quinn@cookcountyil.gov. Failure to comply with this process may result in a rescheduling of the matter to a future date.
   c .In the event a courtesy copy exceeds 25 pages, the Court may require delivery of a copy to the Daley Center, in addition to the emailed copy. The Court will notify litigants of any such requirement.
     i. If you are directed to send courtesy copies to the Daley Center, they shall be labeled as follows:
       Daley Center
       Probate Division, Calendar 01
       ATTN: Judge Carolyn Quinn
       50 W. Washington St., Room 1814
       Chicago, IL 60602
   d. Any email communication with the Court shall copy all counsel of record, self-represented litigants and any other person entitled to notice as additional recipients on the email;
   e.The subject line of the email to Judge Quinn shall include the date of the hearing followed by the case name and case number (e.g. June 1, 2020: Doe, 20 P 0000).
   f. All courtesy copies, including proposed orders and bonds, shalI be emailed as separate documents. Each order, bond or any other document requiring the Court's signature shall be submitted in PDF format. Courtesy copies are not to be submitted in a single PDF. All proposed orders shall contain a valid email address of a person who can receive and distribute the stamped order. An email address is necessary to receive a copy of an order entered by the Court.
   g. Courtesy copies are not to be sent to anyone other than Judge Quinn or anyone sitting in her stead.
 10. Notice for all matters shall comply with Illinois Supreme Court rules, Circuit Court of Cook County rules, and the Illinois Probate Act. Matters specifically noticed for a Zoom video conference (see below), shall contain the following language:
        On (date) at 1:00 PM, or as soon thereafter as counsel may be heard,
        l shall appear before Judge Carolyn Quinn by Zoom video-conference
        platform, and present the attached motion.
A copy of the instructions for Probate Division Virtual Hearings shall be included in all notices.
 11. Until further notice, any court appearances will occur by video or audio conference only. The Probate Division will conduct Zoom video conference hearings. For instructions regarding Zoom video conference hearings, see Instructions for Probate Division Virtual Hearings (effective June 29, 2020), as published in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and at www.cookcountycourt.org/ProbateDivision.
 12. Following the hearing, the Judge will send the order to the Clerk's office for entry. The Clerk will send a copy of the Order to the email address listed on the order. It is imperative that all orders have an email address on them. The attorney who receives the stamped Order shall be responsible for distributing it to all interested parties, according to the procedures set forth in Paragraph 5.
Due to the unique circumstances of COVID-19, receipt of an order may be delayed. If you do not receive the Order after two (2) business days, please contact the Court Clerk Manager Nolan Shaw (nrshaw@cookcountvcourt.com or (312) 603-3221), the Assistant Chief Deputy Clerk Talitha Miller (tzmillen@cookcountycourt.com or (312) 603-2486), and the Chief Deputy Clerk Best Anaele (beanaele@cookcountycourt.com or (312) 603-5694. Additionally, you may also email probatedivservices@cookcountvcourt.com.
 13. This standing order shall be published in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and at http://www.cookcountycourt.org/JudgesPages/Quinn,Carolvn.aspx to inform litigants and attorneys about these procedures.
 14. If attorneys and self-represented litigants do not have access to the Internet or have questions regarding the Probate Division or this standing order, please contact the administrative assistant at (312) 603-7545 or (312) 603-7546.
  1 PM—VOUCHERS IN MINOR SETTLEMENTS
2 PM—PETITIONS TO APPOINT GUARDIANS,
   MINOR SETTLEMENTS & SET MATTERS
  ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password
  943-1309-9144     598-671
SET CALL
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 2

ASSIGNED JUDGE
  ROOM 1807—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-6440
        Note
        Standing Order is the same as Calendar 7
Assigned Decedents' Estates.
10 AM—MOTIONS OF COURSE,
ACCOUNTS & FINAL REPORTS
10 AM—APPLICATION FOR
LETTERS AND PROOF
OF HEIRSHIP
11 AM & 2 PM—SET MATTERS
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password
  912-1199-9674     559-091
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 7

MALONE, Daniel B., pj.
  ROOM 1803—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-7546
ACTING PRESIDING JUDGE
10 AM — Motions of Course; Application for Letters and Proof of Heirship;
         Opening & Closing of Decedent Estates
11 AM — Petitions to Settle Cause of Action; Presentation of Vouchers;
         Structured Settlements; Emergency Motions
11 AM — Set Matters
 2 PM — Set Matters
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password              
937-7172-2336     655-983
MOTIONS OF COURSE: Motions of Course, Opening & Closing of Decedent Estates, Application for Letters and Proof of Heirship, shall be heard at 10:00 a.m. daily. If heirship is extensive, a courtesy copy is required along with a copy of the Will if applicable. Notice to all parties must be given in accordance with the Illinois Supreme and Circuit Court Rules. A Courtesy Copy of all motions shall be delivered or faxed to chambers no later than 4:30 p.m. on the second business day preceding the motion. Courtesy Copies attempted to be delivered after 4:30 p.m. (regardless of the hearing date of the motion) will not be accepted. No filing in excess of fifteen (15) pages should be faxed to chambers. In the event that the motion is a contested matter that will require a briefing schedule, moving counsel need only supply a courtesy copy of the motion (without supporting memorandum) in advance of the initial presentment date.
Motions concerning discovery issues shall be accompanied by a copy of the most recent discovery or case management order entered in the case. Such motions must also contain a factual statement as to the efforts undertaken by counsel pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 201(k). Failure of moving counsel to include the Rule 201(k) factual statement constitutes grounds for striking the motion.
Agreed orders will be accepted at the beginning of the call. The Court will not accept as "agreed" orders any order that changes a hearing date on fully-briefed motions or trial dates.
PETITIONS TO SETTLE CAUSE OF ACTION:
Courtesy copies of Petitions and supporting documents, including all costs, shall be provided to the Court no less than two business days prior to the matter being presented.
EMERGENCY MOTIONS: Matters determined to require emergency scheduling will be heard as add-ons on the 11:00 a.m. motion call. A courtesy copy of the motion marked "EMERGENCY MOTION" that shall include a factual basis stating the nature of the emergency and all supporting documents must be delivered to chambers no later than 4:00 p.m. on the day preceding presentment. Counsel should be aware that true emergencies are rare and that if, upon initial presentment in court it is determined that the matter presented is not a true emergency, counsel may be directed to place the matter on the Court's regular motion call.
SET CALL: The Set Call consists of contested matters and Final Pretrial Conferences.
Contested matters set by the Court shall be heard daily beginning at 11:00 a.m. Please note that there is a fifteen (15) page [standard margins, double-spaced] limit on all supporting and response briefs. There is a ten (10) page [standard margins, double-spaced] limit on all reply briefs.
Motions for leave to file oversize briefs are strongly discouraged. No filing in excess of fifteen (15) pages should be faxed to chambers. For motions to dismiss amended complaints, the movant must provide the court with courtesy copies of the prior complaint and a black-line version of the amended complaint. On the status date following completion of briefing, a hearing date will be set. No hearing dates will be set unless the Court has been provided with courtesy copies of all relevant pleadings.
SETTLEMENT CONFERENCES: Settlement Conferences are held by appointment and only upon agreement by all parties. Conferences should be scheduled by contacting Judge Malone's chambers or at the request of all parties at a previously scheduled court hearing. Counsel should be prepared to provide several dates upon which the parties are available to facilitate the scheduling process. No later than two days prior to the conference, the parties must submit to the Court, with copies to all other parties, a Pretrial Memorandum including the main points (legal and factual) at issue in the case; the bases for relief sought and the status of settlement negotiations. The Pretrial Memorandum should also include any other information that the parties, after consultation and agreement, believe would assist the Court in resolving the matter.
COURT REPORTERS: Counsel should be aware that there are no official court reporters assigned to Probate Division Decedent Estate courtrooms. Any party desiring a transcript of proceedings of any matter heard on Calendar 7 is responsible for providing a private court reporter.
EXHIBIT A: When petitioning to open an estate with a will, Exhibit A attached to the petition must be correct. It must list each heir and each legatee. If an heir is a legatee, only list the name once and denote "Heir/Legatee". If the will pours over into a trust, the trust is a legatee and must be listed on Exhibit A.
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 8

DELGADO, Kent Alan , j.
  ROOM 1802—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-7546
        Note
        Standing Order is the same as Calendar 7
   10 AM — Agreed Orders; Scheduling Orders
10:15 AM — Application for Letters and Proof of Heirship; Opening & Closing of Decedent Estates
   11 AM — Petitions to Settle Cause of Action; Presentation of Vouchers
11:30 AM — Set Matters
    2 PM — Set Matters
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password              
973-6333-0421     843-479
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 9

MILLER, Stephanie K. , j.
  ROOM 1806—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-7546
MINOR GUARDIANSHIP ROOM 1806
SUBJECT: Standing Order regarding visitation time in Response to General Administrative Order No. 2020-01
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:
1. This order applies to and clarifies all prior visitation order during the current reduction of Court operations from March 17, 2020 to April 16, 2020 pursuant to General Administrative Order No. 2020-01. A visitation order is defined to include any temporary orders allocating visitation time between a parent and minor;
2. All visitation, until further order of Court, shall remain as ordered but shall NOT take place in public locations unless the location is outside and away from others as recommended by the CDC;
3. Nothing herein prevents a party from altering a visitation schedule to comply with the health, safety and wellbeing of a minor. Specifically, a guardian or temporary custodian may suspend any and all visits if the guardian or temporary custodian believes the location or visit itself would put the minor a risk;
4. The Court will not hear emergency motions regarding visitation until after General Administrative Order 2020-1 is no longer in effect.
If the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County chooses to amend the terms of General Administrative 2020-1, including but not limited to the period of time of reduction of court operations, this Standing Order is subject to change.
This order shall be spread upon the records of this Court and published.
Order dated March 19, 2020, order signed by Stephanie K. Miller, Associate Judge, Probate Division, Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois
Mar 23-Apr 15
 Effective January 1, 2020
 Appointment of Guardians of the Person of a Minor; All withdrawals in closed Minor Estates.
10 AM—NEW PETITIONS; UNCONTESTED MATTERS GAL
11 AM—CASES; STATUS ON CONTESTED MATTERS
2 PM—CONTESTED TRIALS AND HEARINGS SET BY COURT
 For all Petitions for Guardianship, Successor Guardianship or Termination of Guardianship the petitioner must provide the following for the first court date:
   Minor's birth certificate
   Any and all death certificates for parents listed on birth certificate
   Proof of notice to all parties on "Exhibit A" either by certified mail or publication Notarized consents from all parties instead of notice
   Completed background check (CANTS/LEADS) form for petitioner and all adults in the petitioner's home
   Minors 14 y/o or older must be given actual notice and be present in Court
 A courtesy copy of all motions and GAL reports shall be delivered or faxed to chambers no later than 4:30 pm on the second business day preceding the Court date.
 Matters alleged to require emergency scheduling will be heard as add-ons on the 11:00 am call. A courtesy copy of the motion marked "EMERGENCY MOTION" must include a factual basis stating the nature of the emergency. If the Court determines that the matter presented is not a true emergency, the matter will be set by the Clerk's office on the regular motion call.
 There are no official court reporters assigned to the Probate Division Minor Guardianship courtroom. Any party desiring a transcript of proceedings of any matter in
Calendar 9 is responsible for providing a private court reporter.
 For all matters set for trial or hearing on the 2:00pm call, a witness list (including names, addresses, phone numbers) and all discovery must be tendered to all parties 2 weeks prior to the commencement of the trial or those witnesses and exhibits may be inadmissible at trial.
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password              
958-0588-9933     871-226
  9 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 10

MACCARTHY, Aicha Marie, j.
  ROOM 1810—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-4463
Assigned Adult Guardianship Estates
10 AM—MOTIONS OF COURSE
   & ACCOUNTS
11 AM—GUARDIANSHIPS
& SET MATTERS
2 PM—SET MATTERS
& HEARINGS
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password  
974-8824-5324     574-056

  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 11

McGUIRE, Terrence J., j.
  ROOM 1814—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-6440
        Note
        Standing Order is the same as Calendar 7
10 AM — Motions of Course; Application for Letters and
         Proof of Heirship; Opening & Closing of Decedent Estates
10 AM — Petitions to Settle Cause of Action; Presentation of Vouchers;
         Structured Settlements; Emergency Motions
11 AM — Set Matters
 2 PM — Set Matters
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password  
949-9741-2923     620-250
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 12

OUTLAW, Jesse , j.
  ROOM 1812—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-5943
        Standing Order
With the exception of Guardian ad Litem reports on petitions for temporary guardianship, courtesy copies of all submissions to the Court must be received by the Court no less than three court days before the date scheduled for presentation. Late submissions may cause the matter to be rescheduled at the Court's convenience.
Petitions for temporary guardianship and other matters determined to require emergency scheduling will be heard at 10:00 a.m. In extraordinary circumstances, emergency matters may be heard as otherwise scheduled by Judge Outlaw or any judge sitting in his stead.
All petitions for temporary guardianship and other emergency matters must be scheduled in advance with the Court clerk in Courtroom 1812.
Assigned Disabled Persons' Estates.
10 AM—MOTIONS OF COURSE
AND ACCOUNTS
11 AM—GUARDIANSHIPS AND
SET MATTERS
2 PM—MOTIONS &
SET MATTERS
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password  
950-4590-0846     383-491
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 13

DEGNAN, Daniel R., j.
  ROOM 1809—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-5964
Assigned Disabled Persons' Estates
10 AM—MOTIONS OF COURSE & ACCOUNTS
11 AM—GUARDIANSHIPS & SET MATTERS
2 PM—SET MATTERS
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password  
941-8836-9040     133-720
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 14

McGURY, Kathleen M., j.
  ROOM 1801A—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 15

BOLIKER, Shauna Louise, aj.
  ROOM 1804—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-4463
Assigned Diabled Persons' Estates
10 AM—MOTIONS OF COURSE
AND ACCOUNTS
11 AM—GUARDIANSHIPS AND
SET MATTERS
2 PM—SET MATTERS
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password  
987-1163-7423     277-091
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 16

SULLIVAN, Susan Kennedy, j.
  ROOM 1811—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  Telephone (312)603-6499
Assigned Disabled Persons' Estates.
10 AM—MOTIONS OF COURSE
& ACCOUNTS
11 AM—GUARDIANSHIPS
& SET MATTERS
2 PM—SET MATTERS &
HEARINGS
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
Recurring Zoom #  Meeting Password  
982-6205-3371     328-621
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE

        CALENDAR 25

MURPHY, James Patrick, j.
  ROOM 1814—DALEY CENTER
  50 W. WASHINGTON ST.
  Chicago, IL 60602
  10 AM— ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE
  11:30 AM— CLAIM DOCKET

        CALENDAR 29

GALLAGHER, Carolyn J. , j.
  10220 S. 76th Ave
  Bridgeview, IL 60455
ZOOM VIDEO-CONFERENCE