Tag: Child Support Modification
When a parent fails to make good on child support payments, the negative effects impact not only the children and the other parent, but also the entire dynamic of the post-divorce relationship. In some cases, the delinquent parent simply cannot afford to pay. In other cases, the parent deliberately refuses out of a belief that the arrangement isn’t fair.
The Family Law Show is back with an easy-to-understand summary of Minnesota’s child support laws.
Of the issues involved in a divorce, child support is the most black and white. That is not to say, however, that there...