Robichaud, Schroepfer & Correia takes a nuanced approach to the sensitive issues surrounding child support. It is important that all parties understand their rights in order to avoid obligations that are unreasonable or unfair. We can help.
Child support in Minnesota is calculated based on shared incomes and state-provided guidelines. However, there are often extenuating circumstances that would make an award unreasonable or unfair, especially in situations involving unemployed, self-employed or stay-at-home parents. Whether your case requires an original child support order or an existing order needs to be modified, we can help parents in reviewing all support orders to ensure they are in compliance with state guidelines.