Is There a Limit for Child Support Payments in MN?
In decades past, a mother would have primary custody of the children after a divorce. The father would typically have the children every other weekend and on alternating holidays. And almost universally, it was the father that paid child support. In the 2000s, times—and families—have changed. There are more parents who were never married to each other. It is not unusual for children to split their time 50/50 between both parents. It is a myth that joint legal custody eliminates any child support obligations. More same-sex couples are having families Someone other than the parents may have custody of a... Read More