Louisiana Revised Statutes Tit. 9, § 315.16. Review of guidelines

A. The guidelines set forth in this Part shall be reviewed by the legislature not less than once every four years.  A review of the guidelines shall take place in 2012 and every four years thereafter, and it shall be the responsibility of the office of children and family services, child support enforcement section of the Department of Children and Family Services, and the Louisiana District Attorneys Association, in consultation with the child support review committee provided in Subsection B of this Section, to obtain all information required to comply with the provisions of 42 U.S.C. 667(a) and present the same to the legislature sixty days prior to the beginning of the 2008 Regular Session of the Legislature and every four years thereafter.

B. The child support review committee shall serve without compensation, except for the members of the legislature who shall receive a per diem as provided by law, and shall consist of the following members:

(1) The reporter or designee of the Louisiana State Law Institute Marriage and Persons Advisory Committee.

(2) The chairman or designee of the House Committee on Civil Law and Procedure.

(3) The chairman or designee of Senate Committee on Judiciary A.

(4) The president or designee of the Louisiana District Judges Association.

(5) The executive director or a designee of the Louisiana District Attorneys Association.

(6) The president or designee of the Juvenile and Family Court Judges Association.

(7) The chairman or designee of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Family Law Section.

(8) The chairman or designee of the Louisiana Chapter of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

(9) The secretary or a designee of the Department of Children and Family Services.

(10) The chairman or designee of the Louisiana Children's Cabinet.

(11) The president or designee of the Louisiana Hearing Officers' Association.


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