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Will County spousal maintenance attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how Will County courts determine alimony awards.
In this article, our Will County alimony lawyers explain how spousal maintenance works in Illinois. Courts weigh a series of factors in order to determine whether spousal maintenance is appropriate, including the length of the marriage and the financial situation of each party. If spousal maintenance is appropriate, courts will generally apply statutory guidelines in determining the length and duration of spousal maintenance awards. If the parties' combined income is above a certain threshold, Will County courts may deviate from the guidelines in determining spousal maintenance awards.
Will County alimony lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Illinois spousal maintenance laws.
In this article, our Will County maintenance lawyers explain some recent changes to Illinois alimony laws. We discuss the raising of the income threshold above which courts may deviate from statutory guidelines. We also discuss changes to statutory guidelines that will serve to reduce the duration of spousal maintenance payments for some people.
Will County spousal maintenance lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how maintenance payments affect child support obligations.
In this article, our Will County alimony attorneys explain how spousal maintenance payments impact child support obligations. In Illinois, a parent's child support obligation is largely based on the relative incomes of the parties. Whether spousal maintenance has an effect on net income depends on whether the maintenance is paid to the recipient of the child support payments or to a third party.