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Child Support & DCF Guidelines in Wisconsin 2024

Product ID: CA3634R6
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

A careful calculation

Child support calculations and placement of the children are some of the most contentious and complicated matters in family law cases. Effective January 1, 2024, the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families issued updated guidelines (DCF 150) for determining child support intended to increase reliable support for children based on the noncustodial parent’s earnings, income, or ability to pay.

At Child Support and DCF Guidelines in Wisconsin, join Andrea Lau and Court Commissioner Daniel J. Rieck to review the recent changes to DCF 150. Make sure you’re familiar with new standards that must be considered when determining support, and receive guidance on:

  • A more uniform approach to calculating credits for serial parent payers 
  • Deviations for high- and low-income payers
  • Families with shared and/or split placement schedules
  • Situations in which information about a parent is unknown
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Friday, June 14, 202412:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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A careful calculation

Child support calculations and placement of the children are some of the most contentious and complicated matters in family law cases. Effective January 1, 2024, the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families issued updated guidelines (DCF 150) for determining child support intended to increase reliable support for children based on the noncustodial parent’s earnings, income, or ability to pay.

At Child Support and DCF Guidelines in Wisconsin, join Andrea Lau and Court Commissioner Daniel J. Rieck to review the recent changes to DCF 150. Make sure you’re familiar with new standards that must be considered when determining support, and receive guidance on:

  • A more uniform approach to calculating credits for serial parent payers 
  • Deviations for high- and low-income payers
  • Families with shared and/or split placement schedules
  • Situations in which information about a parent is unknown
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A careful calculation

Child support calculations and placement of the children are some of the most contentious and complicated matters in family law cases. Effective January 1, 2024, the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families issued updated guidelines (DCF 150) for determining child support intended to increase reliable support for children based on the noncustodial parent’s earnings, income, or ability to pay.

At Child Support and DCF Guidelines in Wisconsin, join Andrea Lau and Court Commissioner Daniel J. Rieck to review the recent changes to DCF 150. Make sure you’re familiar with new standards that must be considered when determining support, and receive guidance on:

  • A more uniform approach to calculating credits for serial parent payers 
  • Deviations for high- and low-income payers
  • Families with shared and/or split placement schedules
  • Situations in which information about a parent is unknown
Read More ↓

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Andrea Lau is an Assistant Corporation Counsel for Waukesha County. Her area of practice is paternity establishment and child support enforcement. She specializes in cases involving Foster and Kinship Care, where children are placed out of the home and state assistance is being received due to the out-of-home placement. Prior to her time with Waukesha County, Andrea was an associate attorney with D’Angelo & Grabow in Waukesha. She graduated from Gordon College in Wenham, MA in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and from Marquette University Law School in 2016. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, knitting, and searching for new coffee shops with her husband. She is also an avid sports fan and an amateur Irish dancer. 

Daniel J. Rieck has been a Waukesha County Court Commissioner for the past four years. He hears a variety of cases but primarily focuses on non-contested divorce actions and complex family litigation. Dan was Deputy Family Court Commissioner in Racine County for four years prior to his time in Waukesha. Before joining the bench, he was an attorney with Racine County Child Support Services and taught criminal, constitutional, and business law at Concordia University. He is a graduate of the Florida State University College of Law and the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. When he’s not in court, you’ll find Dan helping coach his daughter’s softball team or at Brewers games.  

  • Review the Department of Children and Families (DCF) child support guidelines
  • Understand how to calculate child support in various family scenarios 
  • Examine the changes to DCF 150, including when they take effect and the reasons behind the change
  • Learn how recent amendments to DCF 150 will impact imputation of income 
  • Discover strategies for making arguments for deviating from the guidelines
  • Find potential solutions for handling problems under the DCF guidelines 
  • Family law practitioners
  • Corporation counsel
  • Court commissioners
  • Anyone considering adding family law to their practice 
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