DIVORCE DECREE WHICH BANS PARTY FROM FILING ATTORNEY DISCIPLINARY COMPLAINTS IS UNENFORCEABLE AND VOID AB INITIO ON PUBLIC POLICY GROUNDS
CHICAGO-(AEAE)-A DIVORCE SETTLEMENT CONTRACT WHICH CONTAINS A INVALID AND UNEFORCEABLE PROVISION deemed unenforceable by a court dooms the entire divorce settlement when there is no “severability clause”. The divorce settlement agreement contains a self serving, invalid provision banning a party from filing an Attorney Disciplinary Complaint against a named attorney and a professional misconduct against a child psychologists. Such a provision is against public policy or positive law and is unenforceable. In Illinois the Supreme Court has exclusive jurisdiction over attorney disciplinary matters. No Illinois Circuit Court Judge can lawfully ban a party from filing an attorney disciplinary complaint.
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