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Custodial parents and child support enforcement

| Nov 24, 2015 | Child Support |

After a couple files for divorce or splits up, a number of challenges may arise, such as the division of marital property or strong emotions, which can make life incredibly complicated. For those with children, child support can be very difficult for custodial parents, especially if they are not receiving the child support they are owed and need help enforcing the child support order. At Johnson & Johnson Attorneys at Law, our firm knows all too well how difficult these issues can be and we are committed to helping custodial parents who are in this position in Belleville, and other Illinois cities.

When a custodial parent doesn’t receive the child support they are entitled to, they may not be able to pay for a child’s everyday expenses, medical needs or school supplies. To make matters worse, some are unsure of how to approach the situation or already feel exhausted after a lengthy legal dispute. If you are going through this, talking to an attorney may be beneficial and could help you resolve your child support troubles sooner. However, it is important to work with a law firm that fully understands the details surrounding your circumstances and is able to provide answers to your questions and updates in a timely manner.

By confronting child support enforcement correctly, custodial parents could be able to resolve the problem more efficiently. If you check out the divorce page of our law firm’s site, you can read additional information regarding child support enforcement and other divorce-related legal matters.

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