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Tennessee Child Support Guidelines: What Attorneys Need to Know -
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
When handling child support matters on behalf of clients, you’ve got to be familiar with the Child Support Guidelines and appellate court decisions applying them.
The Tennessee Child Support Guidelines create a rebuttable presumption that the amount of child support set under the Guidelines is correct. Skilled family law attorneys must know the intricacies of the Guidelines to represent their clients effectively.
Use this on-demand webinar for a 90-minute briefing, presented by attorney Barbara Broersma from the Department of Human Services. She'll give an overview of the Child Support Guidelines, highlighting the areas which have proved the most difficult to apply. This on-demand webinar offers you a chance to learn from someone who 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.
- How are credits for a client's other child calculated?
- How does the Parenting Time Adjustment operate?
- How are a child’s medical insurance costs and work-related childcare costs calculated?
- How do educational expenses and special expenses come into play?
- How do the Guidelines treat parents with equal time with children?
- When is income imputed?
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About Your Presenter:
Barbara Broersma is Assistant Commissioner, Appeals and Hearings, with the Tennessee Department of Human Services. 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.