Everyone knows that parents are obligated to provide financial support for their children. In many divorces as well as situations in which a child’s parents were never married, the payment and receipt of child support become important legal issues. If you are concerned about whether you will — or should expect to — pay or receive support, talk to an attorney who can provide the answers you need.
Minnesota law provides specific guidelines about how child support is to be calculated. At Honsa & Mara, based in downtown Minneapolis, we can help you understand how those guidelines apply to your situation. Our lawyers can assist you in reaching outcomes that are fair and appropriate.
Compassion, Creativity And Flexibility: Resolve Your Financial Issues As Smoothly As Possible
Honsa & Mara, is known for compassion, creativity, flexibility and results. Attorney Anne Honsa taps into nearly three decades of family law experience to help parents:
- Work out agreements outside of court — nonlitigated methods can cost less and produce better results when there is proper guidance
- Cover medical and educational needs of children
- Take care of children with special needs
- Pursue modification of court orders when there has been a change of income or a change in children’s needs
- Keep conflict to a minimum through alternative dispute resolution methods
- Negotiate the relationship between parenting time and child support