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IllinoisAlimony / Spousal Support Lawyers in Will County, Illinois

After a marriage ends in divorce or separation, the husband and wife may be on very different financial footing. To remedy this, states have implemented alimony or spousal support, in which one spouse makes payments to the other either during the separation or even after the divorce is finalized. The amount of the alimony or spousal support payments in Will County, Illinois usually depend on the income and ability of the paying spouse to contribute, and the needs of the payee spouse. It may be altered or modified when circumstances change significantly. Laws vary widely in different jurisdictions, so a local divorce or family law attorney focused on alimony or spousal support cases in Will County, Illinois can give you legal advice based on your particular circumstances.

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Brian Reidy

Brian Reidy
Reidy Law Office LLC
11528 W. 183rd Place Suite NE
Orland Park, IL 60467
Licensed for 13 years, Brian Reidy is a Family Law lawyer... read more >

Monika Blacha

Monika Blacha
Blacha Law Office, LLC
116 N. Chicago Street Suite 303
Joliet, Illinois, United States, IL 60432
Licensed for 23 years, Monika Blacha is a Family Law lawyer who attended Northwestern University School of Law... read more >

Victoria Breslan

Victoria Breslan
Breslan Law
1127 Plainfield Rd.
Joliet, IL 60435
Licensed for 18 years, Victoria Breslan is a Family Law lawyer... read more >
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Lawyer Referral Service in Will County, IL - The Will County Bar Association in Joliet, IL, sponsors a lawyer referral service. Private attorneys that practice within Joliet and throughout Will County serve on different panels depending on their experience in a particular practice area. The stated purpose of the program is to "assist the general public by providing a way in which any person who can afford to pay a reasonable fee for legal services may be referred to a qualified member of the bar." In exchange for a nominal $15 consultation fee, you will receive a 30 minute office consultation with the attorney to discuss the case and the attorney fees needed for additional representation.



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