Child Support Questions Answered By Us
Here in Illinois, as in most states, child support is determined according to a formula. It is possible, however, to deviate from that formula, requiring the need for sound legal advice that can inform you of your options and protect your best interests.
My name is Judith Trentman Wilson, and I am a family law attorney in Belleville who has the knowledge and skills necessary to help you through the child support determination process. As your lawyer, I will take the time to address all of your questions and concerns, and you will always deal directly with me.
Assisting St. Clair County Parents With Child Support Modifications
No child support order is ever permanent. Child support can be modified when circumstances change. A change in circumstances can include:
- A parent losing a job and source of income
- A parent getting a promotion that comes with an increase in income
- A parent or child suffering from an expensive medical emergency, illness or disability
Whether you are paying child support or receiving it, it is important to work with an attorney like me who knows the child support process and can help you gather the necessary evidence to prove that a modification is necessary, or to defend against a request for modification.
Contact my law firm, Judith Trentman Wilson, Attorney at Law, P.C., at 618-207-4032 if you have questions about child support and would like to schedule a free consultation to discuss the matter further.