For those of you wishing more info about this situation and child support reduction, this info comes from Parris VS Parris – Modifying Tennessee Child Support + Income Grit. It's also vital for you to appreciate that nobody on my team claim to give out legal council. You should usually seek the help of professionals before going on to make any life changing choices.
A pop of 2 was obliged by court order to pay $1,250 per month for his children. The decree included an enduring parenting plan as well. The father filed a motion in an attempt to reduce his child support. The first decree was set in motion in 2003, and the daddy sought a decrease in 2005. In 2006 a hearing was conducted. The hearing also had six other witnesses.
Let’s start with the mother… She worked as a teacher’s assistant, earning $715 each month, or, $8,266.56 every year. The mother bolstered her revenue by maintaining and hiring six houses, taking in $100,004.52, less costs of $16,354 in 2005. She did other ods and ends such as preparing taxes etc. To generate income. She supplied the courts with a W2 and 1099 statement for 2005.
Now for the father… He testified that he was a poet and also the owner of a construction company called Harmony Industries. He also claimed his income for 2004 and 2005, as well as 2006 was a whopping “negative zero.” The 2005 and 2006 bank deposits into Harmony Industries bank account was $237,692.76, which he announced that he spent on business costs.
The daddy also said that he owned rental properties. He also admitted to being sentenced to serve 210 days in jail for tried extortion of a Judge called Larry Ross. The courts found that out of the $191,109.87 to the father’s business deposit account was essentially business revenue (big surprise there… Imagine finding money made from a business being in a corporate account) On another note, after going through the invoices the courts found that $41,880.91 of the cash was business related and the rest the daddy used to maintain his lifestyle.
Rather than a child support reduction, that a child support increase was in order. Once more it is a shame that men have enough issues fighting the child assistance system, without a fellow like this who intentionally makes it bad for everybody. To you Mr. Jerral D. Parris, I say thanks for making us real fathers look bad.