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One of the consequences of Illinois and Indiana divorce is managing issues related to child support. Each child support case in Illinois and Indiana is determined by many factors, including the income levels of each parent, how many children need support, and the amount of time each child spends with each parent in DuPage County, Will County, Porter County, LaPorte County, Lake County, and surrounding areas.

Understanding the Child Support Process in Naperville, Chicago, and Surrounding Areas of Illinois

Illinois and Indiana courts determine child support based substantially on a calculation of income. Often, child support is paid to the parent with the most substantial parenting time by the non-custodial parent. Other factors are considered too. Our experienced family law attorneys serving the Chicago suburbs and Indiana counties, including Porter, LaPorte, and Lake, will guide you through the complete process, from the duration of payments and amount of support to any changes required during the child’s minority. Whether you live in Illinois or reside in Indiana, we can help.

Each case requires an analysis of the factors and circumstances. Depending on your unique situation, sometimes an agreement can be reached to modify the amount of child support to increase or decrease the amount paid. Our experienced child support attorneys can assist you with understanding the statutory formula and the complicating exceptions—whether you are a custodial or non-custodial parent in Illinois or Indiana.

Illinois and Indiana Child Support Lawyer

The Law Office of Edward P. Graham, Ltd. has assisted clients like you and your loved ones for nearly 30 years and understands and implements successful strategies in estate planning, business lawIllinois/Indiana Litigation, probate, family law, and real estate law. We urge you to contact our Naperville office to learn more about how we can help meet your family law and child support needs in DuPage County, Will County, Kane County, and other surrounding counties in Illinois. Contact our Indiana office to address your family law needs if you live in Porter County, Lake County, and LaPorte County in Indiana.

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