When Do You Have to Pay Maintenance in a Divorce

When Do You Have to Pay Maintenance in a Divorce

Maintenance is the legal term for alimony in a divorce in Illinois. It’s a hot button topic that is commonly fought over in a divorce. In most cases, it is not agreed upon the beginning of a divorce, and some input from the judge is necessary – whether that’s in a formal hearing or an informal pretrial conference.

In this video, we explain what criteria the judge will use to decide whether your divorce case is a maintenance case, who pays who, and how much they will pay.

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