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Bolingbrook child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Illinois child support law.
In this article, our Bolingbrook child support lawyers give an overview of Bolingbrook child support law. We explain Illinois' recent change to the "income shares" model of child support, which takes into account the income of both parties in determining a parent's child support obligation. We also discuss how child support is calculated in shared parenting situations, which require the court to factor in time spent with the child.
Bolingbrook child support lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how child support works for college expenses.
In this article, our Bolingbrook child support attorneys explain child support and college expenses. While courts must award child support for the period until the child either reaches the age of 18 or graduates high school, courts have discretion to award child support for adult children, usually for education expenses. The parent seeking the child support bears the burden of demonstrating both that child support is appropriate and the amount that should be awarded.
Bolingbrook child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how child support is calculated when one parent has varying income.
In this article, our Bolingbrook child support lawyers explain how child support is calculated when one or both parents have varying income such as overtime, bonuses, or commission. In theses situations child support can be calculated by requiring a base amount lower than the actual income to be paid and supplemented periodically based on actual income. It can also be calculated using a historical average. Either of these methods may involve period "true-ups" through which the parties exchange information and make up the difference between estimated income and actual income.