Under Minnesota Law, a “child” is anyone who is under the age of eighteen (18) or twenty (20) if the child is still in high school or is not capable of self-support.  In a Divorce proceeding, the Court has the power to make decisions regarding a child and to Order one or both parents to contribute towards the child’s financial needs.  If a child has special needs, the support obligations can typically be extended past the age of twenty (20).

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