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Saint Charles alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Illinois spousal maintenance laws.
In this article, our Saint Charles spousal maintenance lawyers explain some of the recent changes to Illinois spousal maintenance law. Previously the threshold below which domestic relations courts were required to apply statutory guidelines was a combined income of $250,000.00. This has been raised to $500,000.00, meaining that courts will deviate from statutory guidelines in fewer situations. In addition, the guidelines have been modified such that some people will be paying less in spousal maintenance according to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.
Saint Charles spousal maintenance attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Illinois alimony laws.
In this article, our Saint Charles spousal maintenance attorneys explain Illinois spousal maintenance laws. Courts are required to weigh certain factors to determine whether spousal maintenance is appropriate, including the income and assets of each party, the needs of each party, the standard of living during the marriage, and the tax consequences of property division.
Saint Charles maintenance attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how alimony payments impact child support obligations.
In this article, our Saint Charles alimony lawyers explain how spousal maintenance payments impact child support obligations. Child support in Illinois is determined based on the net incomes of each party relative to one another. If you are the recipient of child support, maintenance payments increase your "net income," and therefore will tend to decrease your child support. If you are the payor of child support, maintenance payments to the same person as your child support obligation will tend to reduce your child support obligation.