Just because a child’s parents divorce, it doesn’t mean that his or her dreams of college have to be dashed. For our Deerfield clients, Riewer & Collins family law attorneys believe that when and if a child decides to go to college, both the custodial and noncustodial parent should contribute to tuition and other college expenses.
With extensive experience in all legal issues surrounding child custody and child support, our divorce attorneys are well-equipped to advocate for the child’s best interests, including their college expenses for our Deerfield families. We are well-versed in Illinois child support laws and are eager to apply our knowledge to your unique legal circumstance. We can prepare a strong case for college child support, which compels the noncustodial parent to provide for a portion of most college-related expenses, including but not limited to:
Child support doesn’t always have to end when a child graduates from high school. At Riewer & Collins we specialize in child support modification issues, such as child support for college for all of our Deerfield clients. Our Lake County attorneys will remain by your side as your child’s financial needs evolve.