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Attorney Warlick, child support guidelines, emancipation, Geneva family law attorney, Illinois children of divorce, Illinois family law attorney, marital settlement agreement, post-secondary education supportDivorce does not necessarily have to dash your dreams of a college education for your custodial children. In compliance with Section 5 of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (750 ILCS),  the court may, if necessary, evoke the power to protect and promote the best interests of a child by establishing a joint or separately held trust specifically designated for the support, maintenance, education, physical health, mental health, and the general welfare of any minor child.

As per Dads America, a national child custody association dedicated to protecting the parental rights of divorced fathers, Illinois joins California, Connecticut, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, and Wyoming as one of the 10 states that permit for the possible allowance of post-secondary education support for children of divorce.

For Illinois residents considering divorce, the following information may provide a clearer understanding of Illinois child support law as you prepare for your initial consultation with a qualified Illinois family law attorney.

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