How is Child Support Calculated in Minnesota?
When calculating child support in Minnesota, the court will always start by applying the Minnesota Child Support Guidelines to the parties’ circumstances. The Child Support Guidelines are a method of
Proposed Changes to Minnesota Child Support Laws
Before diving into the heart of this, it is important to understand how a monthly child support obligation is broken down. A child support obligation takes into account three different
Non-Custodial Parent and Child Care Expenses
A parent who does not have custody of a child can not claim work-related or education-related child expenses. The argument that a non-custodial parent should be allowed to claim work-related or education-related
Who Pays for a Child’s Extra-Curricular Activities After Divorce?
The Court does not have the authority to Order one party to pay for extra-curricular activities of the minor children. However, the parties can both agree to such an arrangement
Private School Tuition/College Education in Minnesota Divorce
The Court does not have the authority to Order a party to pay for either private school tuition or college education for a child. However, if the parties agree to