Our child support attorneys have represented clients in numerous cases involving Minnesota child support, since it is a major factor in most divorce and paternity suits. We assist clients in obtaining appropriate child support sums to support their children. We also work to ensure that clients with child support obligations are not paying amounts in excess of statutory requirements.
Our child support attorneys have successfully argued motions requesting modification of child support, whether due to a change in financial circumstances or a child’s emancipation, both before the District Courts and the Court of Appeals. We have also represented clients with interstate child support issues, as well as clients whose obligations have been affected by retirement, social security, or disability issues. In addition, Wolf, Rohr, Gemberling & Allen P.A. has effectively dealt with every aspect of establishing and modifying child support under Minnesota Statutes § 518A et al. To learn more about how child support is calculated and how child support is affected if you lose your job, visit our Child Support FAQ section.