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New Rule Makes for Easier Evidence

Posted in Practice Issues, Support

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THE NEW GUIDELINES HAVE ARRIVED

Posted in Support

Much as with a presidential election, the Pennsylvania support guidelines are to be revised by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court once each four years.  Drafts of proposed changes to the guidelines were published in July and December, 2008.  In each instance comment from the legal community and public was invited.  But for more than a year… Continue Reading