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Modification of a child support payments

In most Minnesota divorce cases, the judge orders the non-custodial parent to make child support payments to the custodial parent. These payments are calculated off both parents’ gross income, as well as the medical, educational and child care needs of the child. Although these payments are part of the divorce settlement, they are not set in stone. Child support payments can be modified if certain circumstances come up.

What are a grandparent’s right for visitation?

The laws concerning divorce and child custody in Minnesota can be confusing at times, especially if you are not an immediate part of the family. If you are a grandparent seeking custody or visitation for your grandchild, you may be concerned about what rights you have. There are several different situations, and each has a unique possible outcome.

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