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(625 ILCS 5/7-702.2)
Written agreement to pay past-due support.
(a) An obligor who is presently unable to pay all past-due support and is
subject to having his or her license suspended pursuant to subsection (b) of
Section 7-703 may
compliance with the court order for support by executing a written payment
that is approved by the court and by complying with that agreement. A
of a written payment agreement must be that the obligor pay the current child
when due. Before a written payment agreement is executed, the obligor shall:
(1) Disclose fully to the court in writing, on a form
prescribed by the court, the obligor's financial circumstances, including income from all sources, assets, liabilities, and work history for the past year; and
(2) Provide documentation to the court concerning the
obligor's financial circumstances, including copies of the most recent State and federal income tax returns, both personal and business; a copy of a recent pay stub representative of current income; and copies of other records that show the obligor's income and the present level of assets held by the obligor.
(b) After full disclosure, the court may determine the
ability to pay past-due support and may approve a written
agreement consistent with the obligor's ability to pay, not to exceed the
(Source: P.A. 91-613, eff. 7-1-00.)