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Old 04-12-2013, 03:39 AM   #1
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Does anybody know what will happen if you put a person that has never had a job on child support ?? Will they set it to the minimum amount or say he owes nothing ??
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I cant speak for Il, but the idea... if never having a job, CB will probably be base on min... if he has chosen not to work but have the mean too, a college eduction etc... than they can base it on what he could make.

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child support in IL is based on 1. how much the person to pay, makes, and 2. the number of children. 1 child=20%, 2 children=28%, 3 or more=32%
not sure about if the person to pay is unemployed.
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