Modification of Child Support In Illinois

According to Illinois law, in order to modify child support, there must be a “substantial change in circumstances”.

Things that can be considered a substantial change include changed needs of the child, or a change in income. 

Attorney Michael J. Smith uses his decades of experience to help his clients arrive at appropriately set child support levels. He understands how important it is to set child support appropriately, and he understands how to interpret the evidence that the state guidelines will utilize to make a determination. 

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