Divorce leads to animosity and strife. In most cases, child support is one of the issues that brings out the fighter in many of us. It is so important to remember to put the best interests of the child first and try to keep them away from any arguing that may occur between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse.
Disagreements over child visitation and child custody can be difficult for Illinois residents to resolve. If the disagreements are so severe that they require litigation to resolve, results can be unpredictable and extremely difficult to achieve. This is why resolving such issues out of court is preferable wherever possible. Fortunately, the attorneys at the Goddard & Malmquist Attorneys & Counselors at Law can help.
A father living 3,500 miles away from his two daughters and former spouse is $70,000 behind in child support. Money does not appear to be a problem. Instead, he simply refuses to cooperate with the Illinois court system in paying his back child support in part because he claims he is being treated unfairly.