legal presumption of paternity
A "legal presumption of paternity" exists when the alleged father of a child marries the child's natural mother after the child's birth, and is listed as the father on the child's official State record of birth. In Illinois, the
official State record of birth is filed with the State Bureau of Vital Statistics. For TANF purposes, a "legal presumption of paternity" is sufficient
proof of relationship between a child and the alleged father and/or his relatives.
A claim against property for payment of a debt, obligation, or duty.
Limited English Person
A client who is not fluent in the English language and who does not have an interpreter. This does not include clients who simply are more comfortable communicating in a language other than English or who prefer to communicate in a language other than
A liquid asset is property (e.g. cash, savings accounts, checking accounts, stocks, bonds) that can be easily converted to cash.
local warrant unit (LWU)
The local warrant unit (LWU) is the Family Community Resource Center work unit that processes reports of lost and stolen checks.