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Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I Don’t Get to See My Child?

In this article, we answer the question, “can I stop paying child support if I don’t get to see my child?”  We also answer, “does a parent who is not awarded parenting time in a divorce have to pay child support?”, “when is an unwed father required to pay child support?”, “can I stop paying child support if the other parent violates the parenting agreement?”, and “do I have to pay child support if my parental rights are terminated?”

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Child Support and Remarriage in Illinois

In this article, we explain the impact of remarriage on Illinois child support obligations.  We answer the questions, “how is child support calculated in Illinois?”, “what happens if the parent paying child support gets remarried?”, “what happens if the recipient of child support gets remarried?”, and “does remarriage impact parental resources for the purpose of child support for college education?”

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Illinois DCFS Cases: Parents’ Visitation Rights After Children Have Been Removed by the Court

In this article, we explain parents’ visitation rights after children have been removed by the court in a juvenile case based on alleged abuse or neglect.  For more on the process of removing a child from a parent’s custody based on reports of abuse or neglect made to the DCFS, check out our article, How to Remove a Child from the Parent’s Custody.

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