Underemployed for child support purposes? Imputed income in calculating Minnesota child support obligations Child support litigation may be the one time you can tell your ex that he is underperforming in terms of employment and have the legal support to back it up.  When a court makes a decision on how much child support is to be paid by a parent, the amount of child support ordered will depend on the parent’s income.  But what happens if your ex is capable of working hard but has taken an easier, less time-consuming job which pays less money?  Should your ex be rewarded by […]

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