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Child support as required by statute automatically ends when children of the marriage turn 18 or graduate high-school, whichever is later. One question many divorced...

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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....

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A divorce alters your daily life. You must form a new routine, theoretically surrounded by half of the household items you had, in a new home. Perhaps through joint physical custody, you see your children...

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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 child, be it a long-term...

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As goes with all legal documents, it is important to understand what you are signing. Not only must you read the form thoroughly, knowing the future ramifications of signing is advisable. If someone is asking...

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When most people picture a divorcing couple dividing up marital property, they usually think of the big items, such as homes and vehicles. However, the statement that “The little things count,” also works here. Think...

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Years ago, before the recent technology boom, events and disputes within the family remained the business of those involved. There was a limited airing of “dirty laundry” to the neighbors. In fact, it was a...

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In most states in the United States, if you are the biological father of a child, you may be held liable for child support, should you and the biological mother split up. Yet, on the...

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