Child and Spousal Support
The finances surrounding divorce cause uncertainty and stress. Worries over financial security or a change in financial status are indeed of concern, especially when it comes to child and spousal support. While support for children and spouses is controlled by Guidelines adopted by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, OWM Law knows that making sound financial decisions during a divorce can still be difficult. Our family law attorneys will be your advocates in assuring you get the most equitable financial outcome.
Call 610-323-2800 to speak with a child and spousal support lawyer today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Reviewing some of the most frequently asked questions on child and spousal support may help you get initially informed on your rights and obligations. Your OWM Family Lawyer will provide you with the facts, specific guidance and representation needed for your particular case.
- What information do I need to provide to file for spousal or child support?
- What is the difference between spousal support and alimony in Pennsylvania?
- How is spousal support calculated in Pennsylvania?
- Is spousal support tax deductible?
- How is child support calculated?
- Can my child support be increased? Decreased?
- Does remarriage affect child support?
- When does child support end?
- Is college part of child support?
Contact OWM Law Today
If you are in need of a family lawyer for divorce, child custody and child or spousal support issues, contact OWM Law today. Our experienced child and spousal support lawyers know your rights, your child's rights and the law. They will aggressively represent you to get the support that is both equitable and required by the law.
- Child and Spousal Support FAQ
- Domestic Relations Organizer - PDF Format (print and fill in)
- Domestic Relations Organizer - Word Format (fill in and save)
- Guide to Preparing for Domestic Relations Conference & Hearings
- Answering Your Questions About Family Law (PCTV-Jan. 2013)
- Getting Divorced in Pennsylvania (PCTV-Sept. 2011): Part 1 Part 2
- 2011 Changes in Divorce Law (PCTV-April 2011): Part 1 Part 2
- 2010 Divorce Support Amendments (PCTV-April 2010): Part 1 Part 2
- Child Custody and the New PA Custody Law