Pennsylvania child support laws

Pennsylvania Child Support Laws

You want what is best for your children. You also want a support order that protects your financial future. Whether you are going through a divorce or separation, or there is an issue of paternity, the right child support attorney can help you obtain a child support order that works for you and your kids under Pennsylvania child support laws.

At Bentley, Kopecki, Smith, P.C., our child support attorneys help clients across Pennsylvania as they go through the child support process. Recent changes to legislation have impacted parents of all income levels in the determination of child support payments. Our family law attorneys are knowledgeable about how the Pennsylvania child support laws change and how that change affects our clients.

We Know The Pennsylvania Child Support Laws, And We Can Explain It To You

With more than 40 years of combined experience, we have a thorough understanding of the Pennsylvania child support laws and recent changes to the laws. When you step into our office, we will explain the process of obtaining support or paying support and prepare you for Pennsylvania’s support calculations using the latest software to calculate tax implications, expenses, mortgage payments and matters of multiple families.

In Pennsylvania, child support is determined by state child support guidelines. It is very important that all financial documents are submitted accurately and in a timely manner. However, sometimes one or both parties fail to fill out their forms properly. We will review all documents thoroughly, analyzing income and tax returns, pay stubs, health insurance premiums, child care costs, mortgage obligations and concurrent child support orders to ensure that your order is the proper and fair amount of support.

Related Concerns

In addition to our child support practice, we provide continuing counsel for a number of related concerns. When we address your initial support matters, we will help you determine how it will affect other areas of your divorce, such as child custody and alimony. If your current order is not working for you, our lawyers can help you with child support modification as well as motions for contempt. We also handle enforcement issues that can arise.

Contact Our Child Support Attorneys Today

Providing compassionate and reliable counsel, we will make sure you have the individual attention you deserve. Our attorneys have faced these challenges on our own, and we know how to make sure your rights are protected. Contact us today for a free initial consultation. Call 610-685-8000 for a free consult.