Child Support Attorney

Although Illinois state law lays outsets forth specific guidelines in statute to determine child support, there are a number of outside factors that may affect the court’s final order. These factors may include daycare expenses, supplemental needs of the child, education, and higher education costs.

No case is cut and dried. Consult with a knowledgeable lawyer who has experience handling these sensitive cases. Contact the DuPage County, Illinois, law office of Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C. to discuss the specific circumstances of your child support case.

Disputes related to the care and well being of children are some of the most challenging aspects of a divorce. Parents have many questions that need answers and concerns to be addressed. They can find those answers by speaking with a knowledgeable, experienced attorney. Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C. has over 25 years of legal experience handling complex family law matters.

Family law issues are very dynamic, and although the guidelines exist, each case is still handled on an individual basis, according to the best interests of the child. If your child has special education or healthcare needs, those needs must be considered when determining the final child support order.

Depending on the specific circumstances involved, modification of child support may be necessary down the road. If the financial circumstances of either parent changes, economic conditions, or other factors change substantially, Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C. can represent you in petitioning for a change in prior judgments child support orders.

In addition to representing clients in the initial development of a child support order, they also advocate on behalf of parents seeking to enforce the fulfillment of child support obligations.

Contact Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C. at their DuPage County law firm for thorough legal guidance and relentless advocacy for your rights and the rights of your children in a child support judgment, modification, or enforcement.

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