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Minnesota Child support laws

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The Minnesota child support laws recommend the use of Varying Percentage of Income Formula on net income of parents for determining the child support liability.

  • The amount to be paid by both the parents will vary based on the number of children.
  • The financial resources and earning capacity of each parent will be taken into account for determining the amount.
  • The primary health care, health insurance and education will also be added to basic support obligation if found necessary by the court.
  • In case of unemployed parents, the court may draw up an estimate of potential income if such unemployment is proven to bogus.

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