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COVID-19, Lost Income, an…

COVID-19, Lost Income, and Your Child Support

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone in different ways. While health issues are, of course, a concern, the virus is also having a serious fi… Read More
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Three Ways Divorce Affect…

Three Ways Divorce Affects Your Income Tax

Divorce obviously changes a lot of things in your life, but it’s not until the April following your divorce that you might realize one of them: divo… Read More
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What is "Potential Income" When Calculating Minnesota Child Support?

In Minnesota, children have the right to be supported financially by both parents. Minnesota law presumes, therefore, that both parents are capable of… Read More
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Does My Overtime Count When Calculating Minnesota Child Support?

Minnesota parents who pay child support (obligors) and parents who receive it (obligees) are often concerned about whether the amount of child support… Read More
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How Does Self-Employment Income Affect Minnesota Child Support?

In Minnesota, ​child support is calculated according to guidelines set forth by the state legislature. Of course, calculations are only as good a… Read More
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Minnesota Six-Month Reviews of Parenting Time and Child Support

What happens after the decree is final, the divorce is over, and the dust settles? Ideally, families should settle into the routine of their “ne… Read More
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Basics of Calculating Minnesota Child Support

Under Minnesota law, both parents are obligated to support their children in accordance with their respective incomes. The state calculates child supp… Read More
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