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New Rule Makes for Easier Evidence

Posted in Practice Issues, Support

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Dealing with Support Overpayments

Posted in Support

Along with the recent revision to the standing provision of Rule 1910.3, the Pennsylvania legislation also made revisions to Rule 1910.19, which addresses the relatively rare, but frustrating issue of support overpayments. Addressing overpayments related to child or spousal support can be frustrating for the party paying support (the “payor” or “obligor”) because of the… Continue Reading