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It is a child's right to receive support from both parents even if they are divorced, separated or had never been married. Minnesota will go through DHS (Department of Human Resources) and use the resources for locating the other parent, establishing paternity, enforcing child support through court orders, collecting payments, and adjusting support amount by court order. The calculation will be from both parent’s gross incomes, but factors will change depending on the number of children, income levels and cost of medical support. The child support would terminate after the child is 18 or 20 if the child still attends secondary school, or the payments will continue indefinitely if the child cannot mentally or physically take care of themselves.