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In this video, Peoria child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the payment of child support when there is no visitation.
In this article, we discuss visitation and child support. Though if a child support decision has been handed down from the court, a payor must provide those payments even if they are unable to see their child. However, there are actions that can be done to ensure that visitation rights are upheld. Our child support attorneys discuss the methods used to ensure that visitation rights are granted.
In this video, Peoria child support lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how child support is calculated under the new "income shares" model of child support.
Illinois law has created a new "income shares" model to calculate child support. In Chicago child support cases this model is used to calculate child support payments using both parents' income. In this article, we explain the method to estimate the amount of a child support obligation in a Chicago child support matter.
In this video, Peoria child support attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses child support and college expense obligations.
In this article, our Chicago child support attorneys discuss how child support courts in Chicago determine whether an award for child support for college expenses is necessary. Child support is required for all children under 18, however, the judge has the discretion to award continual support until the child reaches the age majority and the judge also determines that duration as well as the amount to be paid.