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Illinois couples divorcing may need to consider child support

On Behalf of | Aug 9, 2017 | Child Support |

When a divorce is imminent for an Illinois couple, they may be unsure of how to proceed. In many cases, the best option is for each spouse to consult separate experienced divorce attorneys. This is particularly true for more complicated divorces where couples have children and the parents must consider their child support options.

There are several factors that a court can take into consideration when determining how to handle child support. The time each parent will spend with the child can be one factor. Another is based on each parent’s income. This can help ensure the child benefits from the financial support needed. Should any of these factors change significantly in the future, modifications can be made where appropriate.

Sometimes parents who want to provide for their children financially are unable to do so for certain reasons. They may be unemployed or homeless, which might affect their income level and ability to pay child support. A family law attorney may be able to help these individuals by pointing them in the direction of programs that might help them overcome this financial burden.

Whether parents are in the beginning stages of their divorce or they have had a significant change in their lives that affects their children, consulting experienced Illinois family law attorneys would likely be beneficial. An attorney could work with a client to help determine the best way to handle child support. The lawyer could also aid in seeking modifications to any existing child support when necessary. Additionally, a family law attorney could provide guidance and support throughout future legal proceedings.

Source:, “August is child support awareness month“, July 29, 2017


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