Adequate Income Documentation Required Under Tenn. Child Support Laws

Tennessee law case summary on child support and documentation required for income determination under the Guidelines for Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals.

Jennifer Ferrari-Bullock v Justin Randall РTennessee child support laws case summary.

Tennessee Child Support Laws Require Adequate Income Documentation

Tennessee Child Support Laws Require Adequate Income Documentation

Jennifer Bullock, Wife, and Justin Randall, Husband, married in 1992. The parties had four minor children. In September of 2009, the Wife filed for orders of protection on behalf of herself and the children against the Husband. The Wife, in the petition, checked a box that indicated she did not know of any pending actions concerning the custody of the children.

According to the report, the Husband restrained the Wife in the kitchen in February of 2009. This put the children and the Wife in fear. She noted that one of the children expressed fear about the Husband the following day. The court issued an ex parte order of protection as a result. Continue reading

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