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Cook County alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Cook County spousal maintenance law.
In this article, our Cook County spousal maintenance lawyers explain recent changes to Illinois spousal maintenance laws. We explain the effect of Illinois raising the income threshold for application of statutory maintenance guidelines, the difference between permanent maintenance and maintenance for an "indefinite period," and how some people may be paying less in maintenance under the new alimony law.
Cook County spousal maintenance lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how maintenance payments impact child support obligations.
In this article, our Cook County alimony attorneys explain how maintenance payments impact child support obligations. Child support obligations are based on the "net income" of each parent relative to the other. Maintenance payments from one parent to the other serve to increase the net income of the recipient and reduce the net income of the payor. This would reduce the payor's child support obligation accordingly. In the article, we explain how this works when multiple families are involved.
Cook County alimony lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains factors courts consider in determining spousal maintenance awards.
In this article, our Cook County spousal maintenance lawyers explain the factors that Cook County courts consider when determining the amount and duration of alimony payments, including the income and needs of each party, the duration of the marriage, and the standard of living during the marriage.