Vincent M. Wills Named as Coordinator for Program at the Judicial College of Maryland; Patrick W. Dragga and Mr. Wills to Make Presentation at the Program on February 27, 2018
Vincent M. Wills has been selected to develop and coordinate a program titled, “Determining Income for a Self-Employed Parent When Calculating Child Support.” The program was developed for Family Law Magistrates and will be presented at the Judicial College of Maryland on February 27, 2018. Patrick W. Dragga and Mr. Wills will be presenters at the Program.
The Program will focus on how to determine a parent’s income for purposes of child support when the parent is self-employed, a partner in a partnership, or a member of an S Corporation. The program will cover the law pertaining to calculating child support in cases where the combined income of the parents exceeds $180,000 per year. The program will focus on the relevant tax forms that are used to obtain information about a self-employed parent’s income.
Patrick W. Dragga is the founding Partner at Dragga, Hannon & Wills, LLP and has been a practicing attorney for over forty years. Vincent M. Wills is also a Partner at Dragga, Hannon & Wills, LLP and has been a practicing attorney for over twenty-six years.