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In cases when a spouse is hiding, underreporting or manipulating income information, income imputation can make an enormous difference in securing child and spousal support. Calculating the true value of imputed income has its own set of roadblocks and challenges. What documents do you need? What personal and financial circumstances come in to play? Understand what impact imputed income will have on spousal and child support outcomes. Join us to take a closer look at what resources should be used and what evidence is needed to properly calculate imputed income. Order today!
Session Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern
Presented by: David B. Bice
NBI, Inc. is an accredited sponsor with Missouri Minimum Continuing Legal Education. This program qualifies for up to 1.8 self-study CLE credit hours. No more than 6.0 hours of self-study CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period. Attorneys may not earn ethics credit with self-study.
DAVID B. BICE graduated from the University of Virginia and the Cumberland School of Law. After a short term with Richmond and Fishburne in Charlottesville, he returned to Lynchburg, Virginia, to work with the Lynchburg Commonwealth's Attorney's office. After a year, he began his private practice, which is primarily centered in family law, the collaborative practice model and civil litigation. Mr. Bice has remained active with the local bar serving as president of the young attorneys section and currently serving on the board of the Lynchburg Bar Association. Originally appointed in 1986 as a special justice, he continues to serve in that capacity. Mr. Bice is trained as a mediator, certified to practice under the collaborative practice model and is certified as an arbitrator with the Virginia State Bar and continues to limit his practice to that of family law.