Our Westmont, Illinois Spousal and Child Support Attorneys: Your Dedicated Advocates

The payment of child support or spousal maintenance can often be a main source of contention for parties facing divorce. The determination of support obligations can vary so it is important to work with an experienced attorney who can properly evaluate your rights and protect them through the negotiation process. At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, our Westmont, Illinois, alimony and child support attorneys have extensive experience in family lawdivorce and support determinations.

Our Goal in Child Support Matters: Protect the Best Interests of a Child and Your Standard of Living

Illinois child support determinations are based on a general formula that assesses both parties' income as well as any special needs of a child. A child support attorney will work strategically on your behalf either to obtain maximum support, or to ensure that you are not obligated to unmanageable payments. Our goal is to help protect the best interests of a child while protecting your standard of living after divorce. Child support determinations are calculated based on:

  • Income of both parties
  • Standard of living during the marriage
  • Support costs, including education and health care
  • The best interests of the children

Illinois Spousal Support (Maintenance or Alimony)

In divorces involving spousal support, determinations of spousal support — also called spousal maintenance or alimony — are often negotiated between divorce attorneys. Our goal is always to reach an agreement that is beneficial to you. We will listen to your concerns, determine your goals, and provide straightforward, accurate advice focused on the ultimate outcome in your case. Support determinations will take into consideration:

  • Income of both the parties
  • Duration of the marriage
  • Potential for earnings
  • Costs of education
  • Any agreements made during the marriage
  • Standard of living during the marriage

In addition to initial determinations, our spousal maintenance lawyers are experienced in the enforcement of orders and modifications.

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Call 630-455-0500 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation directly with one of our Westmont spousal maintenance and child support attorneys.

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