Monthly Archives: March 2016

Modification of Child Support

March 31, 2016

Failure to pay child support is an increasingly common problem during difficult economic times. In this age of stagnant incomes and fewer high paying jobs available in the marketplace, child support obligors may find themselves unable to pay their court ordered obligations. Most often, the person who owes the money, the obligor, has a legitimate

Child Protection Basics

March 17, 2016

How it Begins A child protection case generally starts with social services being notified that a parent or parents are not adequately providing for their child’s physical, emotional, or educational needs. If social services feels that the information warrants intervention, they will contact the family to begin voluntary or involuntary child protection services. With voluntary

Big Changes to Minnesota’s Child Support Laws

March 10, 2016

By: Senior Associate Attorney, Kendal K O’Keefe On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, some significant changes in Minnesota’s child support laws took effect, and these changes could have a big impact on the amount of child support parents are paying and receiving. One of these changes deals with the amount of income that can be imputed

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