Minnesota Child Support Calculator

Minnesota Support Calculator

Custodial Parent
Non-Custodial Parent
Number of children*
Annual Number of Overnights spent with Parent*
Gross Monthly Income*
Monthly preexisting child support payment actually paid
Monthly alimony actually paid
Monthly Medical Care Expenses
Monthly Health Care Expenses
Monthly Child Care Expenses
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Disclaimer: This Minnesota child support calculator is made using the most recent MN Child Support Guidelines. It’s made ONLY for informational purposes and can’t be used as the legal exact amount of payment. You can use it only as an estimation tool. The exact child support payment can and will be determined only by the State Court.