Divorce, Non-Minor Support and College Student Tuition
- Transportation to and from school
- Living expenses
- “Startup” expenses, including laptops, furnishings, small appliances, etc.
It is our goal to account for each expense and divide those costs between the two parents.
Lawyer Susan Parnell Wilson has spoken locally on this issue, advising other attorneys on the issue and has revised the affidavits and discovery documents surrounding this issue, for general use in St. Clair County, Illinois.
Support For Adult Children With Disabilities
Non-minor support of a child also includes the care of disabled children over the age of 18. In these cases, the parent who is housing the child may ask the court to require support of the other parent. In doing so, this parent often needs to do careful accounting to uncover the hidden costs associated with having a disabled child in the home. Ultimately, seeking this support is in the best interest of the child and will help the housing parent avoid financial burnout and provide the best possible home for the child.
Contact Us To Learn More
Whether you are facing additional costs from a child going to college or from a change in the care of a disabled child over 18, we can give you the expert guidance you need. To arrange a consultation to discuss the costs of supporting your non-minor child, please call the Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C. today at 888-449-9575, or contact us online.