In Minnesota, it is presumed that both parents will contribute to the needs of their children financially. In determining child support in Minnesota, there is a calculation that determines child support based on the gross income of each parent, the amount of parenting time each parent receives, as well as a variety of other factors. It is known as the “income shares model” for determining child support. There are three types of child support: basic child support, medical support, and child care support.
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