Child Support

Buffalo Grove Child Support Lawyers

 

Protecting your children is your most important job as a parent. This is especially true after a divorce or separation. However, when you’re trying to make sure your children are taken care of after a major family transition, you may feel like you’re all alone.

The court can be a very intimidating place and navigating the system to get your children what they need can seem very daunting. The attorneys of Waltz, Palmer & Dawson can help you get the support your family deserves in a difficult situation.

To speak with a knowledgeable and experienced child support attorney in Naperville, Aurora and Schaumburg, call Waltz, Palmer & Dawson at 847-253-8800.

Our Rolling Meadows family law and divorce attorneys take the time to figure out what is most important to you and determine the most effective strategy to reach your legal goals. We represent a wide range of individuals who are looking out for the best interests of their children, including mothers, fathers, grandparents and step-parents.

If you have children and are divorced, or are considering a divorce or separation, you need a Chicago-area divorce attorney who will ensure that your children get what they need.

Helping you maintain strong family bonds

 

As a parent, you want what’s best for your children. This includes spending time with them and playing a major role in their lives as they grow up. A divorce shouldn’t change that.

The child support attorneys of Waltz, Palmer & Dawson have the skill, experience and compassion you need when dealing with difficult child custody-related issues. We’ll work with you to find your best legal options, including mediating and negotiating custody, parenting time and visitation rights. If one of the parents is Throughout this process, we’ll consider your schedule, find the situation that will work best for you and fight for your legal rights.

Get the information you need on child support issues

 

The obligation to support a child begins at conception and usually continues until the child is emancipated. This generally occurs when the child graduates from high school or turns 18. The marital status of the parents is not relevant, but a parentage must be established before a court will order the payment of child support.

Often the issue of parentage can be resolved at the same time as the issue of child support. Child support payments are generally determined in accordance with Illinois law as a percentage of the non-custodial parent’s net income. Often, however, other circumstances affect child support payments, including paternity and guardianship.

The child support lawyers of Waltz, Palmer & Dawson have years of experience with divorce and family law. If you’re dealing with child support issues, consult with us today.

Call the attorneys at Waltz, Palmer & Dawson at 847-253-8800.

We help clients with child support issues in Palatine, Arlington Heights, Deerfield, Barrington, Moline, Park Ridge and Cook, DuPage, Kane, and Lake Counties.