Under South Dakota law, except in cases of physical or mental disability, it is presumed for the purpose of determining child support, that a parent is capable of being employed at the minimum wage, and the parent's child support obligation shall be computed at a rate not less than full-time employment at the state minimum wage.
My ex-spouse lives in Sioux Falls, but is currently unemployed. How do you calculate her child support obligation?
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