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Child Support Guidelines: 2010 Update for Tennessee Attorneys- On CD

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Child Support Guidelines: 2010 Update for Tennessee Attorneys- On CD

You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this audio conference.

If you're an attorney who practices family law, you don't want to miss this all-new audio conference to learn how to apply Tennessee's Department of Human Services (DHS) Child Support Guidelines to your practice and how to apply recent amendments to the Guidelines.

Attorneys who practice family law need to be aware of how the state's appellate courts have interpreted and applied the provisions of the Guidelines. It is also necessary to be familiar with the Guidelines in order to draft parenting plans in divorce actions. Once the divorce is final and the amount is set, the Guidelines determine when the amount of child support can be modified, up or down. The Guidelines also apply in setting the amount of support in paternity actions.

 

Because this is a CD audio seminar you enjoy:

    • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
    • No travel-related expenses or complications;
    • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

One more reason to purchase CD: Your audio conference leader

Barbara Broersma

Barbara Broersma is assistant general counsel of the Tennessee Department of Human Services, the agency that oversees child support in the state.

Ms. Broersma joined the Department of Human Services Office of General Counsel in 2001, working almost exclusively in the child support arena. She has served on all of the committees involved in Tennessee’s Income Shares Guidelines and was instrumental in drafting the Rules which evolved from the decision of the Department of Human Services to move to the income shares methodology of child support guidelines.

Beginning in 1999, Ms. Broersma served the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Office of Child Support Enforcement as an IV-D attorney.

She also worked as a Research Assistant to Supreme Court Justice Charles O‘Brien for two years during his term on the Court of Criminal Appeals and as a staff attorney for the Tennessee Sentencing Commission during reworking of Tennessee’s criminal code.

Ms. Broersma practiced insurance defense in Chattanooga and the surrounding counties. She maintained a private practice in Nashville and Chattanooga and was trained as a civil mediator.

She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, did graduate work at Long Island University, and received her J.D. from the Nashville School of Law.

Child Support Guidelines: 2010 Update for Tennessee Attorneys- On CD

If you're an attorney who practices family law, you don't want to miss this all-new audio conference to learn how to apply Tennessee's Department of Human Services (DHS) Child Support Guidelines to your practice and how to apply recent amendments to the Guidelines.
 

Attorneys who practice family law need to be aware of how the state's appellate courts have interpreted and applied the provisions of the Guidelines. It is also necessary to be familiar with the Guidelines in order to draft parenting plans in divorce actions. Once the divorce is final and the amount is set, the Guidelines determine when the amount of child support can be modified, up or down. The Guidelines also apply in setting the amount of support in paternity actions.

When you participate in the all-new Tennessee Attorneys Memo audio conference, Child Support Guidelines: 2010 Update for Tennessee Attorneys, your presenter will show you how to apply Tennessee's Department of Human Services (DHS) Child Support Guidelines to your cases.

Your Audio Conference Agenda:

    • Income for child support. What is included as income? What is excluded? How is variable income, like bonuses, treated?
    • Imputation of income. When is income imputed to a parent? What is reliable evidence of income?
    • Voluntary underemployment/unemployment. Who has the burden of proof? What is reasonable?
    • Added expenses/deviations. How are added expenses calculated? When is the guideline amount unjust or inappropriate?
    • Reduction of support. What are the deviation rules in setting the initial support award? When can the initial award be modified?

 

November 23, 2010


You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this audio conference.

Because this is a CD audio seminar you enjoy:

    • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
    • No travel-related expenses or complications;
    • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.

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