Every marriage is different, and the details of your marriage will affect whether alimony is awarded
, how much and for how long. The general Illinois guideline is that the payer will pay 33% of their net income minus 25% of the payee’s net income. So, if the payer makes $300,000 and the payee makes $60,000, then the payer will pay $99,000 minus $15,000, which equals $84,000. It is important to note that there are exceptions and contributing factors to this equation. We will ascertain your situation and work with you to attain fair and equitable support.