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Parents have a legal responsibility to provide financial support to their children. According to the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services, Illinois uses the income shares child support guidelines...

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According to data provided by the United States Census Bureau, more than half of parents due child support receive less than the full amount that they are owed — and...

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In Illinois counties, such as DuPage, Kane, Will, and Kendall, child support is determined by taking a percentage of the non-custodial parent’s net monthly income. The percentage taken from the...

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Enforcing child support obligations ensures that a biological parent keeps their obligation to care for that child until adulthood. This obligation is not selective based on the conception of the...

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Any parent undergoing a divorce is already well aware of its effects on everyone involved in the process. Separation brings with it an emotional, mental, and even physical toll on...

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Regardless of the relationship between a child’s parents, he or she deserves the benefit of having both parents in his or her life. For many children of unmarried or divorced...

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