My name is Paul Johnson, and I've been a lawyer in the State of Illinois since 2007. I graduated from The John Marshall Law School a four-time dean’s list member and with academic honors (Cum Laude). I also had the privilege to serve on the executive board of The John Marshall Law Review.
Today, I am an attorney at Johnson & Johnson, Ltd. I handle cases in the circuit and appellate courts of Cook, DuPage, and Will Counties, as well as the United States District Court in the Northern District of Illinois. I practice in family, bankrupcty, and criminal law, and I have successfully tried many cases in those areas.
The Alimony Calculator provides a micro legal service in the area of family law. Specifically, it calculates alimony (also known as maintenance and spousal support) amounts and durations. It also determines whether the alimony guidelines apply to a particular case.
Sometimes, you just want to get a quick answer to a question and don't want to waste hours of time and pay a divorce lawyer hundreds of dollars for a consultation. If your question is, "How much and how long is my maintenance payment?", then the Alimony Calculator is for you.
The Alimony Calculator follows a subscription model. $1.99 per month, or $19.99 per year, gives you access to every feature offered by this site.
No. Your credit card information is never stored by the Alimony Calculator. All credit card processing is handled by Stripe, a third-party company that securely handles payment processing for forward thinking businesses throughout the world.
For various reasons, PayPal is not a supported option by the Alimony Calculator currently.
The Alimony Calculator's subscriptions renew, just like Netflix or Hulu. But, of course you can cancel at any point. To cancel, just visit your settings page, click "Subscription", then click "Cancel Subscription", and you are done. You will have access to the Alimony Calculator until the end of your current billing cycle.