Category Archives for Child Support

Is It Time to Take Your Child Support Case Back to Court?

If your child support order was entered prior to 2017, it was calculated under old law. Previously, child support was based solely on the income of the non-residential parent (i.e. the parent who does live with the children most of … Continue reading

04. September 2018 by Peter Olson
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Support, In the Courtroom, Modification & Enforcement | Leave a comment

Happy New Year 2017: Look Back/Forward

    I’m really excited for 2017 to be Chicago Family Law Group’s Best Year Ever. Personally I’ve been working through Michael Hyatt’s rigorous goal-setting curriculum & some HUGE upgrades are being rolled out at CFLG literally this month of … Continue reading

04. February 2017 by Peter Olson
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Custody, Child Support, College Expenses, Divorce | Leave a comment

Attorney & Managing Partner Peter Olson Radio Interview

  Peter was honored to appear recently on Mauck & Baker’s Lawyer for Jesus radio program. Checkout the full broadcast HERE.

21. October 2016 by Peter Olson
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce | Leave a comment

The Many Flavors of Child Support

Summer in Chicago often brings with it many trips to the ice cream parlor for me and my family. I enjoy good hard-pack ice cream and my wife absolutely LOVES it so if it’s a Sunday and the temperature is 85+ … Continue reading

16. June 2016 by Peter Olson
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College? How will you pay?

Your high school student has likely received his or her college acceptance letters for regular admission. In divorce, post- divorce, or parentage cases in Illinois, the Court can order parents to assist their children with their college expenses. In previous posts, we have … Continue reading

08. April 2016 by Kelly Thames
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Support, College Expenses, Divorce, In the Courtroom, Mediation, Modification & Enforcement, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

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