How Do Daycare Payments Affect Child Support

When calculating child support, it is important to look beyond a child's basic needs. Beyond expenses like food, shelter and clothing, the state of Minnesota considers health care and day care expenses.

If you have questions about the child support determination process, put your trust in Dwire Law Offices, P.A., in Lakeville, Minnesota, for guidance. Our lawyers help parents throughout the Twin Cities area get the practical legal advice they need to protect their rights and interests.

Factoring Day Care Into Child Support Is Complex. Work With An Attorney.

In most cases, one parent will not have to pay 100 percent of a child's day care expenses. It is usually determined proportionally depending on both parents' income. Other factors, such as parenting time, may also be taken into account.

There are also important tax implications regarding which parent pays what for day care expenses. We can provide clarity on these issues.

While the state of Minnesota offers an online calculator for help determining child support, it is important to work with an attorney. With more than 17 years of experience, Todd Dwire knows how the area courts operate, and he can give you sound advice on what your options and possible outcomes are.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation About Child Support And Day Care

We understand how confusing the law can seem regarding child support calculations, and we also understand how important it is that your child receive proper day care. We can handle the complex legal work to help you achieve a positive resolution that protects you and your child's interests.

If you would like to learn more about how we can help, call our Twin Cities area law firm today at 952-232-0179 or 866-442-9693 to schedule a free consultation.