Date: November 16, 2017
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm EST
Panelists will explore how excessive CP Debt impacts the children and who, if anyone, really benefits from it? Center for Policy Research will share finding from its study on Reducing Child Support Arrears owed to the Custodial Parents followed by information from two states offering debt compromise programs. Panelists will have the opportunity to examine both programs, Tennessee’s CP debt compromise program and the District of Columbia’s Fresh Start Program each offering a different flavor.
Lanae Davis, M.P. A. – Research Associate, Center for Policy Research (Denver)
Emily Gregg -Program Supervisor, Tennessee Child Support Services Division
Nicole Reece, Esquire, Assistant Section Chief, Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division, Legal Services Section, Washington D.C.
Yajaira Briganty – Enforcement Manager , Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division, Washington D.C.