- Collaborative Divorce
- Property and Debt Division
- Post-Decree Motions
- Motion to Modify Custody
- Motion to Modify Parenting Time
- Motion to Move out of State
- Motion to Modify Child Support
- Motion to Modify Spousal Maintenance
- Contempt of Court
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Grandparent Rights
- Trials and Court Hearings
- Divorce and Family Law Appeals
Child support consists of court-ordered payments made by one parent to the other parent for the raising of the child. Child support is meant to be used for basic needs of the child. This can include almost anything.
Child support is based on the income of both parents. The basic idea is that a child should have the same financial resources available to him or her as if his or her parents were married. This includes housing, clothing, education, food, and more.
To calculate child support, the courts and child support attorneys follow child support guidelines established by Minnesota law. The child support guidelines have been incorporated into a child support guidelines calculator that is available to the public online. If you would like to see how child support is calculated, the calculator is available here http://childsupportcalculator.dhs.state.mn.us/
Minnesota Child Support Attorney’s
The Attorney’s at Jeddeloh & Snyder PA are here to help! We have earned our reputation as an experienced and trusted Minnesota child support attorney, providing compassionate, honest, aggressive representation.