Topic: How do I charge thee, let me count the days: a primer on the parenting time expense adjustment
Victoria Elsmore and Amy Krupinski from Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh will share a bit of history and a whole lot of practical information on how to calculate child support after the recent law change, how to draft better stipulations, and how to avoid taking out your calendar and counting.
Speakers: Victoria Elsmore & Amy Krupinski
Victoria Elsmore, through her primary practice of family law, is committed to empowering families through the difficult divorce and custody process. Issues involving your family and children are very personal. Victoria is a strong advocate who can assist you to achieve your goals. She handles divorce, custody, parenting time, child support, orders for protection and harassment restraining orders, spousal maintenance, as well as issues that occur post-divorce.
Before she began working at Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh, Victoria worked for a small family law firm on the east side of Saint Paul, eventually working her way to partnership. She has presented continuing legal education courses to other family law attorneys on the issues of children’s extracurricular activities in custody disputes and representing low-income clients through divorce.
Victoria enjoys reading local authors and trying new restaurants. Victoria has also been active in the MSBA mock trial competition. After judging for a few years, she became an attorney coach with Eastview High School.
Amy Krupinski practices in the area of family law at Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh. Prior to joining CBS&H, Amy was a law clerk at the Hennepin County Family Justice Center where she learned the skills to handle a wide variety of complex financial and social issues for families experience a divorce. Amy handles custody, parenting time, child support, orders for protection, alimony, post-divorce cases in a wide range of income levels. Amy is an active member of the AFCC-MN Chapter, whose mission is to minimize the negative impact of divorce and separation on parties and their children. Amy volunteers her time with this organization because she believes in its mission. Amy serves as co-chair of the Education and Professional Development Committee for AFCC-MN. She volunteers in many pursuits including the Safety Project for Tubman.
While in law school, Amy was active in leadership roles, volunteered for Minnesota Justice Foundation, was a judicial extern at the FJC, co-drafted a winning brief in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals for the Indian Law Clinic, and won Second Place in the Sarah Weddington National Writing Competition. She was also a member of Vol. 40 of the William Mitchell Law Review, an assistant editor of the William Mitchell Journal of Law & Practice, and was a semi-finalist in the Rosalie Wahl Moot Court (2012). She worked as a law clerk for the Law Offices of Charles H. Johnson and the Public Health Law Center.
Following law school, Amy served as law clerk to the Honorable Conrad I. Freeberg in Morrison County, where she was also a member of the Drug Court Team and then worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Philip C. Carruthers in Hennepin County Family Justice Center.
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