At Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC, our attorneys are Peoria natives helping clients dealing with the effects of divorce. Part of our practice involves representing area residents in child custody matters. Our focus is on protecting their rights while looking out for the best interests of their children. Mike Fritz and the attorneys at Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC do not limit their practice to sitting behind their respective desks. Cases are not passed on to lesser-experienced associates or paralegals. The legal team members at our firm are high-profile and active lawyers seen throughout area courtrooms.
Child support agreements should address not only the needs of children, but also the issues related to their future. Like any other issue related to money, tensions rise and spouses find themselves at odds. At Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC, we aggressively represent our clients while focusing on the best interests of their children, from infant to young adult.
Many people are aware that a person’s child support obligation terminates when either the child turns 18 years-old or graduates from high school, whichever is later; however, Section 513 of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA) also allows for the payment/contribution for expenses related to a child’s college or higher education.