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Under the new Illinois child support laws, the number of overnights that each parent has with their child can affect the amount of child support that is paid. #childsupport

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A new child support calculator is now available through the Illinois Department of Health and Family Services website. It corresponds with the new Illinois child support laws, and can provide an estimate for what the child support payments may be in a child support case. #childsupport #illinoischildsupport

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This article covers the basics of several issues that commonly arise in Illinois divorce cases. #divorce, #childcustody

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A spouse cannot simply get rid of money from a savings or retirement account, before or during a divorce, and expect to get away with it. #dissipation, #divorcelawyer

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Illinois child support laws will be undergoing major changes in July 2017. Rather than applying a flat percentage to only one parent's income, the new law will take both parents' incomes into consideration when calculating support payments. #childsupport #illinois

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This article provides some examples of how holidays are often shared among both parents in an Illinois child custody or divorce case. #childcustody   #illinoisdivorce  

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This article covers common factors that might weigh against a person involved in an Illinois child custody or visitation case. #childcustody   #divorce   #illinois  

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This article covers some reasons why spouses might be ordered to pay "alimony," give up property, or pay another spouse's debts in an Illinois divorce. ‪ #divorce   #alimony   #Illinois  

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One way to summarize how a court may view pets in a divorce is that they are not merely pieces of property, but are not given the same considerations as children.   #divorce   #pets   

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Illinois is not a state where marital property is automatically divided 50/50 among the spouses.  A court can consider many relevant factors in reaching a decision. #divorce   #illinoisdivorce  
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