APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, FIRST DISTRICT, SECOND DIVISION
541 N.E.2d 872, 184 Ill. App. 3d 987, 133 Ill. Dec. 661 1989.IL.779
Appeal from the Circuit Court of Cook County; the Hon. Thomas J. O'Brien, Judge, presiding.
JUSTICE SCARIANO delivered the opinion of the court. HARTMAN and DIVITO, JJ., concur.
DECISION OF THE COURT DELIVERED BY THE HONORABLE JUDGE SCARIANO
The defendant, Jean Rosenbaum, appeals from an order of the circuit court of Cook County vacating portions of a permanent injunction order requiring the plaintiff Richard Rosenbaum, her son, to telephone her no less than once every three months and to meet her in person at least once each year.
This cause originated on the complaint of Richard Rosenbaum and Ann P. Rosenbaum, his wife, seeking a permanent injunction against the defendant, his mother, to restrain her from contacting the plaintiffs by telephone at their home or at their places of employment, and from contacting any personnel at their places of employment.
After an evidentiary hearing on the complaint and pro se answer, the trial court entered a permanent injunction order on September 30, 1985, in favor of the plaintiffs and against the defendant as follows:
"1. Defendant is temporarily and permanently enjoined from verbally contacting plaintiffs, except as provided herein below.
2. Defendant is temporarily and permanently enjoined from telephoning the plaintiffs at their places of employment or home and from visiting either of them at their places of employment or home.
3. Defendant may communicate with plaintiffs by written correspondence and plaintiff Richard Rosenbaum shall supply defendant with any new home address he may incur for the forwarding of mail, by six months thereafter.
4. Plaintiff Richard Rosenbaum shall telephone defendant no less than once every three months, which telephone conversation by Richard shall extend for no less than one minute.
5. At least once each year, starting on or about September 26, 1986, Richard Rosenbaum and defendant shall meet in person at a neutral place to be agreed upon, with arrangements to be made through ...