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Child Support in Illinois 
24th-Feb-2009 08:54 pm
Shoulder by Me
I am currently working on a divorce case which is contested in every sense of the word. There are four children from the marriage and neither side can agree on a child support amount due to the mother from the father. I'm wondering if any of you are paralegals in the family law field in Illinois and/or know of any good sources of how to accurately compute child support. I know the basics such as going from bi-weekly to monthly, figuring the standard deductions, and using the statutory child support percentages. However, I don't have a lot of experience in other deductions (such as what types of insurance can be deducted) or figuring the amount for each exemption.

Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.

I was an intern in this firm from May of 2007 until December of 2008. As of December 15, I graduated from ISU and have been full-time ever since. This is my first time posting here; hopefully someone can give me some advice :)
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