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Requesting a child support modification

The court orders you to pay child support when your marriage ends. They base it on your income and the child's needs. For the first few years, you make every single payment. Then your financial situation changes. Maybe you start a new family and have additional...

Planning for child support during a divorce

When couples divorce in Pennsylvania, many are able to work out amicable arrangements without court orders. The non-custodial parent agrees to make regular contributions to expenses and parents work out who gets the children at various times of the month or year....

Paying child support after losing your job

We have covered some of the different hardships that non-custodial parents face with respect to child support payments, from the denial of passport privileges to some of the unique circumstances parents find themselves in. For some people, paying child support can be...

Paying child support as a business owner

For some business owners, the financial consequences of ending their marriage can be tough, whether they struggled with the division of marital property or alimony. Child support payments can also be difficult for business owners for a number of reasons, from figuring...

Challenges related to unpaid child support

Many different legal issues arise for those who end their marriage, especially if they have children. Custody disputes can be very difficult, but child support can lead to ongoing problems if a parent is unable to pay what they owe or refuses to make payments on time....

How do I pay for medical care for my child?

Divorced parents in Pennsylvania have enough to be concerned about without having to worry about how they are going to pay for medical care for their children. In general, the child support order should include healthcare-related expenses, but if it is not enough the...