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In every divorce with a child or parenting time case, the issue of child support needs to be determined. Minnesota law establishes a guideline amount for child support based on the income of the parents, the amount of time spent with the children, the number of other children from other relationships, and the costs of daycare and medical insurance, among other factors. 
 
Our attorneys assist our clients in assessing income or a party’s failure to earn up to his/her earning capacity to determine the appropriate child support. If the case involves a party who receives bonuses or deferred compensation, is commission based, is self-employed, or is voluntarily underemployed, our team advocates for the appropriate child support that should be awarded.

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