Expenses fluctuate, especially when children are involved. The car breaks down; the hot water heater explodes; a child makes the travel soccer team; this year’s bonus doesn’t look so good. A little extra cash would be significant in any of the above situations, but none of them qualify as a legitimate reason to petition the court for more child support. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/how-do-i-petition-for-more-child-support-in-illinois
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In this article, we will discuss the process of petitioning the court for more child support in Illinois. We will answer the following questions: when is it appropriate to petition for increased child support?, what forms will I need to include in my petition?, what do I do after filling out all the documents?, how do I prepare for the child support modification hearing?, what happens if my petition for child support modification is granted? and what happens if my petition for child support modification is denied?
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