Your child has a legal right to receive child support from both parents after a divorce. Under Illinois law, the noncustodial parent is required to pay child support to the custodial parent.
Are you embroiled in a dispute over determinations of appropriate levels of child support? Paying too much? Receiving too little? An experienced family lawyer can work hard to help you find solutions to these often stressful financial issues.
Ms. Braselton practices family law exclusively — and with excellence. She believes that despite any family disagreement, lifelong relationships built through marriage can still be honored and preserved, particularly in cases where children are involved.
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Child support is used to pay for more than just food and clothing. Child support is also intended to provide funds for:
- Medical care
- Day care
- Extracurricular activities
- Private school expenses
- Medical expenses not covered by insurance
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Child support is an area in which needs grow and change. It is often the subject of post-decree litigation because children are entitled to an increase in support as the parent's income increases. Conversely, if a parent's income decreases, a decrease in child support may be appropriate.
Child support is always modifiable. A child support order entered at the time of a divorce will almost always need to be revised every few years.
To discuss Illinois' income-based guidelines for child support, as related to your particular situation, schedule an initial consultation with DuPage County child support attorney Debra Braselton. Call toll free: 800-569-5371. Please see our Initial Consultation page for further information. All contacts with our firm are kept strictly confidential.