On June 13, 2012, the Illinois Supreme Court created Article X of the Illinois Supreme Court Rules and adopted Rule 10-100, which established the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice. The Commission's purpose is to promote, facilitate, and enhance equal access to justice with an emphasis on access to the Illinois Civil Courts and administrative agencies for all people, particularly the poor and vulnerable. On November 28, 2012, the Illinois Supreme Court adopted Supreme Court Rule 10-101, Standardized Forms, and entered an Administrative Order to set out a formal process for the development, review and approval of standardized forms for use in the Illinois courts by the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice.


DRAFT FORMS AVAILABLE FOR COMMENT

The following are draft forms that have been proposed by the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice and are currently under review. Comments will be accepted for 45 days to provide the Commission with feedback.

Divorce

Procedures

 

APPROVED FORMS FOR STATEWIDE USE

The following forms have been approved for use by the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice and are required to be accepted in all Illinois courts.

Name Change

Procedures

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The Commission welcomes suggestions for new forms.


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