Child support is usually determined along with a divorce or paternity case. However, it may also be revised at a later time should there be a change in circumstances. Child support is determined by taking into account each parent’s:
- number of children
- cost of child care
- medical and dental insurance for the child
- out-of-pocket medical and dental expenses for the child
To see how child support is calculated, here is a link to the Minnesota Child Support Calculator:
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