Child Support at Dolci & Weiland

Child Support Attorneys / Lawyers Oak Brook, DuPage County, ILBy law, parents are required to support their children until the age of eighteen. Child support is the monetary support a noncustodial parent pays and contributes to the care of their children. These payments are intended to provide a child with the care and standard of living they would have if living in a married household.

Experienced Child Support Lawyers in DuPage county

In most cases, child support is mainly determined by the income of the noncustodial parent. However, there are many factors which may also influence the amount of child support the noncustodial parent is required to provide. Experienced lawyers can help you navigate these factors to achieve the best outcome possible based on your specific circumstances.  Here at Dolci & Weiland, our child support lawyers are ready and available to answer your questions and best represent your financial interests when negotiating child support.

Child Support issues are stressful to handle, and the stakes are high. Whether you are giving or receiving child support, let the family law attorneys at Dolci & Weiland fight on your behalf and take away the pressure that often comes with child support cases. Whatever the issue may be, Dolci & Weiland will consistently advocate for our clients’ rights regarding child support while keeping the interests of the child paramount. Set up a consultation with an experienced child support lawyer by contacting us today at 630-261-9098. 

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