An important change to the Pennsylvania Support Code will go into effect very soon. Rule 1910.3 identifies those individuals who are allowed to bring child support actions and beginning November 1
When it comes to enforcing child support orders, Pennsylvania’s Domestic Relations Offices rely on Rule 1910.20 of the Rules of Civil Procedure and its accompanying rules. These rules allow for the
I frequently blog about custody issues. However, at the start of the new year, I thought it apt to blog about beginnings, especially beginning a family.
Many people want a
Lawyers have not been well-regarded since the days before Shakespeare suggested that we should all be executed. The lament has been the same; we do too little, charge too much.
There is nothing worse than being in a legal battle regarding who gets to see and care for your child(ren). Usually the battle is with the other parent, but sometimes it
Pursuant to 23 Pa.C.S.A. Section 4308.1, proceeds from a "monetary reward", such as a Personal Injury Award, are subject to a lien for child support arrears. Parties and their attorneys