Find Child Support Assistance in Buffalo Grove
Under the Illinois Income Shares Law of 2017, both parents are now required to financially support their children. If you're not sure how much you should contribute, contact The Law Office of Oren Graupe for advice. As a leading child support attorney in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, I will review your child custody agreement to determine how much you owe. Contact me now to set up a child support law consultation in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Don't Wait to Get Legal Support
Legal issues can have a major impact on your financial future. You should turn to me for child support law help if:
- Your child is more than 18 years old and mentally or physically disabled
- Your child lives with you primarily but you're providing the most financial support
- You've taken a pay cut at your job
- The other parent came into a large sum of money recently
- The other parent refuses to pay child support or is paying less than the specified amount
I'll provide the legal counsel you need to make smart decisions about your children. Reach out to me today to explore your options with a compassionate child support attorney.
Comprehensive Legal Services in Child Support & Family Law
The Law Office of Oren Graupe handles a wide range of family law and divorce-related issues. At my firm, we center our practice on the unique needs of our clients. Even though we focus primarily on family law, I understand that each situation offers new challenges to obtain positive resolutions.
To develop effective legal strategies, I will listen carefully and in detail to all the relevant aspects of each client's legal matter. And I tell it like it is - providing honest, straightforward legal advice. I will guide, educate and support you throughout the legal process. I want you to make the right decisions today because they will affect you and your family for years to come.
Child Support Attorney in Buffalo Grove, IL
Child support is generally decided based upon the application of the statutory Illinois Child Support Guidelines. These guidelines take into account the parents' relative gross incomes, relative time-sharing with the children and the number of children. In rare instances, deviations from the statutory amount can occur.
Additional Child Support considerations can include:
- Health insurance
- Uninsured medical expenses
- Private school tuition
- Summer camp fees
- Music lessons
- Organized sports fees
- Childcare costs
- Special needs such as tutoring or therapy