Illinois Child Support
In Illinois, both parents have a duty to pay reasonable and necessary support to provide for the reasonable and necessary physical, mental and emotional health needs of the minor children, as well as for adult children who continue to require parental support, and children who are mentally or physically disable or attending school. Neglect or refusal "without any lawful excuse" to support or maintain a child under the age of 18 years, or a needy spouse, is a Class A misdemeanor and creates civil liability in the non-supporter for the amount of any public assistance provided the spouse or child.
The following links will provide helpful information about Illinois child support. If you have questions about Illinois child support laws or would like a referral to an Illinois child support lawyer, please do not hesitate to contact us. All inquiries are free and confidential.
- Circumstances where a court can require payment of child support in Illinois
- Court followed guidelines to awards in Illinois
- Determination of a parent's income in Illinois
- Factors considered in awarding post-majority support in Illinois
- Forensic Accounting in Family Law Proceedings
- Frequently Asked Questions About Illinois Child Support
- Impact of Remarriage or having other children
- Knowing Your Family Law Judge
- Modification of Illinois child support
- Paternity in Illinois
- Post majority child support in Illinois
- What makes a great Illinois child support lawyer?
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