Child Support Guidelines: Deviating From the Presumptive Award

The Illinois Child Support Guidelines provide that the court may “deviate” from the presumptive award “if the application would be inequitable, unjust, or inappropriate.” Review how the guidelines were developed, what are they based on and what “other factors” have courts considered that should not be overlooked. Focus will be on how to argue for deviations including in a high-income case, how to argue for private school and extracurricular activities, and medical and childcare expenses.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P1912-21E-04
$80.00 or 1.00 credits

Faculty: Laura W. Morgan, Family Law Consulting, Amherst, MA

Expires: 5/1/2023

Faculty: Laura W. Morgan, Family Law Consulting, Amherst, MA

Expires: 5/1/2023

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Program Date5/5/2021
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Program Date5/5/2021
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