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In order to bring an action before the Court to modify an existing child support order, the parent requesting the modification must be able to show that one of the following has occurred...
Strictly speaking, a new spouses income may not be considered when determining spousal maintenance or child support issues with a prior spouse.
In order to bring an action before the Court to modify an existing child support order, the parent requesting the modification must be able to show that a number of things have occurred.
Minnesota is a no-fault only state. The divorce petition must state either that the parties have been living separate and apart for 180 days or more or that there is "serious marital discord" with no chance of reconciliation. All fault grounds, such as adultery, cruelty and insanity are no longer recognized in Minnesota.
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