When a couple gets divorced and children are involved, parents are often faced with difficult situations regarding child support and child custody. Making important decisions about the financial security of a child is extremely important. The child support lawyers of Wolfe & Stec, Ltd., are experienced in handling even the most complex child support cases.
At Wolfe & Stec, Ltd., we provide families with the following child support services:
When determining child support for the first time, we closely examine the financial situations of both parents. This includes analysis of earnings, income and other financial resources. It is important to note that there are many different variables that can impact how income is treated for purposes of child support.
One of the most difficult situations a parent can deal with is when the other parent fails to pay child support. This scenario is all too familiar, and the one who ultimately suffers is the child. Our attorneys have extensive experience in divorce and family law litigation. We are not afraid to fight aggressively in court regarding the non-payment of child support.
Our lawyers understand the difficulties that parents face when dealing with divorce. We focus on making our clients feel as comfortable as possible throughout the legal process. We strive to provide personalized services while aggressively fighting for parents’ rights.
We have handled many child support cases involving individuals with high wealth. Our knowledge and experience allows us to handle complex family law cases.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our child support attorneys, contact us online or call us at 630-305-0222 or 312-388-7882.
During trial four experts all testified against our client the Judge found it was in the best interest of the child that our client be awarded custody. We have successfully represented clients in numerous child custody cases.
We recently analyzed a case whereby the opposing side was seeking a substantial award of maintenance against our client. After a thorough review of the facts and circumstances and several hearings, our client’s obligation to pay maintenance was limited to two years at half of what his former spouse was seeking.
After our client voluntarily changed employment we were able to obtain a substantial reduction in child support payments. We have also stopped such reductions when representing clients receiving child support.