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Cook County child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Cook County child support laws.
In this article, our Cook County child support lawyers explain recent changes to Illinois child support laws. In 2017, Illinois reformed its child support laws to switch to the "income shares" model of child support that has been previously adopted by most other states. According to the income shares model of child support, the income of both parties is taken into account in determining a parent's child support obligation.
Cook County child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to modify child support orders in Cook County Illinois.
In this article, our Cook County child support lawyers explain child support modification in Cook County, Illinois. Final child support orders can generally only be modified if there is a "substantial change in circumstances." We explain what types of situations constitute a substantial change of circumstances, including changes in either parent's income, cost of living increases, and increased needs of the children.
Cook County child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to calculate your child support obligation in Cook County, Illinois.
In this article, our Cook County child support lawyers explain how to calculate your child support obligations in Cook County, Illinois. We discuss the various tools provided by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services, including economic tables to determine the total amount child support for which the couple will be responsible, how to calculate each parent's net income, and how to calculate child support based on each parent's net income.