thankyou soo much i really need some advice on this one.......remember you can fall in love at any age!!!
You say she's 17 now and you've been having sex for over a year.
If any party other than a mortgagor who then has an interest in the mortgaged real estate objects to the entry of such judgment by consent, the court, after hearing, shall enter an order providing either:objecting party and the objecting party not having agreed to pay the amount required to redeem in accordance with subsection (d) of Section 15-1603, title to the mortgaged real estate be vested in the mortgagee as requested by the mortgagee and consented to by the mortgagor; oraccordance with subsection (d) of Section 15-1603, finding that the objecting party (or, if more than one party so objects, the objecting party who has the least priority) has agreed to pay such amount and additional interest under the mortgage accrued to the date of payment within 30 days after entry of the order, and declaring that upon payment of such amount within 30 days title to the mortgaged real estate shall be vested in such objecting party.
Title so vested shall be free and clear of all claims, liens (except liens of the United States of America which cannot be foreclosed without judicial sale) and interest of the mortgagor and of all rights of other persons made parties in the foreclosure whose interests are subordinate to the interest of the mortgagee and all nonrecord claimants given notice in accordance with paragraph (2) of subsection (c) of Section 15-1502.
If they decide to push the issue, you are looking at a rocky road at best and prison time at worst. Even if you two didn't have full sex until after she was 17, if you touched her goodies or she touched yours with or without clothing, you are still going to prison.
The second point is that it is not just her parents can turn you in.
In most states, the age of consent has been arbitrarily designated by statute.Solicitation towards the minor to do such acts is a crime too - a class 4 felony (ie phone calls, emails, instant messages, "love notes", it all counts as solicitation).The time to think about this stuff is BEFORE you start having sex, NOT before you decide to tell her parents.For information concerning the relationship between statutes and Public Acts, refer to the Guide.Because the statute database is maintained primarily for legislative drafting purposes, statutory changes are sometimes included in the statute database before they take effect. plus i do want to marry her eventually when she is 19 or 20. old male living in Illinois, i've been dating my current girlfriend who is 17 yrs. She will be 18 as of 3/25/08 we plan on telling her parents about our relationship. we have been sexually active since she was 17 but have remained abstinent for the past few months...and if we tell them after she is 18, can the parents take any kind of action to get me in trouble and if so would it hold up in court, now that she would legally be an adult and still consenting???Within 24 hours experienced local lawyers review it and evaluate if you have a solid case.If so, attorneys respond with an offer to represent you that includes a full attorney profile with details on their fee structure, background, and ratings by other Legal Match users so you can decide if they're the right lawyer for you.In Illinois, this is a class 2 felony - meaning that you potentially face prison time and lifetime sex offender registration.Her age now, and her ability to give consent once she hit 17 does not negate the fact that the crime took place when she was 16.