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Illinois Child Support Laws

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The Illinois Child support guidelines lays down that the child custody amount shall be computed as a flat percentage of the combined incomes of the parents.

  • The net income of both the parents and the number of children is considered for determining the net liability for child support.
  • The percentage to be apportioned for child support will range from 20% to 50% of the non-custodial parent where the number of children extends from one to six or more.
  • The financial requirements of the children, the custodial parent and the non-custodial parent shall also be taken into account by the court before awarding the custody amount.

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