In Pennsylvania, child support is payable until a child reaches eighteen years of age and graduates from high school, whichever occurs later. However, if a child is physically or mentally disabled, child support could be payable for a longer period of time. The amount of child support that is payable in a Pennsylvania child support case is based upon the monthly net incomes or earning capacities of the child’s parents.
Whether you need to initiate a new complaint for child support, modify a Pennsylvania child support order that is already in place, or enforce your existing child support order, our staff of child support attorneys are ready to assist you. Remember that the initiation, modification, or enforcement of a child support order will only take place after the necessary paperwork is submitted to the court; so act quickly, and schedule a consultation today.
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