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Kane County alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Illinois spousal maintenance laws.
In this article, our Kane County maintenance lawyers explain recent changes to Illinois alimony laws. We explain the impact of the threshold for applying statutory guidelines for maintenance duration and amount being raised from $250,000 in combined income to $250,000. We also discuss the change from "permanent maintenance" to "maintenance for an indefinite period."
In this article, our Kane County alimony lawyers explain how to calculate spousal maintenance in Illinois. We discuss the statutory formula for calculating maintenance as well as the cap on the maintenance amount. We also discuss how maintenance is treated differently in fixed income situations versus varying income situations.
Kane County maintenance lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains factors courts consider when determining wether maintenance is appropriate.
In this article, our Kane County alimony lawyers explain the factors Illinois domestic relations courts consider when determining whether to award spousal maintenance, including the needs of each party, the duration of the marriage, the standard of living during the marriage and the employment prospects of each party.