Date: March 21, 2013
We see it time and time again. Because of a poor choice on the part of the NCP, they enter the judicial system, and while there, the child support arrearages continue to accrue at a rate as if they were on the streets. With the stresses of being incarcerated and away from their families, do we really want to continue to add an unimaginable arrears balance to the picture? Join us as we discuss modifying support based on the situation rather than the guidelines.
Birgit Knaiget, Manager, San Diego Department of Child Support Services
Joella Parra, Supervising Child Support Officer, San Diego Department of Child Support Services
Norris Stevenson, Deputy Administrator, Illinois Dept of Healthcare and Family Services
Karen Wachowiak, Supervising Child Support Officer, San Diego Department of Child Support Services
Target Audience: Legal Staff (Judge, Attorney, Referee, Prosecutor, Paralegal, Court Officer); Front line workers; Social Worker or Staff that deal with parenting time/custody and parenting issues; Management Team (Administrator, manager, supervisor, lead worker); Inter/Intra agency/Liaison workers who connect related agencies and deal with crossover issues; Staff of all levels of experience.