Who Will Pay Child Support?

When children are involved in a family dispute, the way of life they are accustomed to can get affected. To provide seamless continuity of their routine, one parent will have to support their children financially. A child support award can have a significant impact on your child's future. It will be in your best interest to consult our experienced family law attorney.

Our legal team at Ann O'Connell Law, Ltd., strives to provide practical solutions for your family legal matters. We take the time to conduct research and understand the details of your situation. We provide 24-hour access to legal counsel for updates and open communication regarding your case. Allow us to guide you through your child support case.

How Does Custody Affect Support?

In Illinois, child custody has little to no impact on the determination of child support. Child support is determined based on your and the other parent's income. In some cases, the court may acknowledge the time the nonresidential parent spends with the child when determining child support. However, this only occurs if the nonresidential parent spends an excessive amount of time with the child than what is customary.

Regardless of the allocation of parental responsibilities, one parent will pay the minimum amount for child support as per state guidelines. Consult with our knowledgeable family law attorney to identify how a child support determination may affect your divorce or separation.

Experienced Family Law Mediator In Illinois

We provide proactive representation with personalized attention for your family legal matter. Our lawyer at Ann O'Connell Law, Ltd., has practiced family law for more than a decade. We understand the complexity of the situation you face. We provide 24-hour accessible, honest legal guidance for your child support case.

You can contact our Evanston office for your free consultation by calling 847-859-5453 or completing our online contact form.