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Addresses and Information on Enforcement of Court Ordered Pennsylvania Child Support Payment.

The Child Support Programs ensure that children receive the court-ordered financial support to which they are legally entitled. It provides services as to establishing paternity, and enforcing child support and medical support orders.

According to the state and federal law, when non-custodial parents fail to pay the child support obligation, they are subject to enforcement measures in order to collect any regular or past-due payments.

Pa Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement, Child Support Division 105 N Main Street Apartment 1 Wilkes Barre, PA 18701-2099 Phone: (570) 826-2080

Pa Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement, 1303 N 7th Street Ollie Building Harrisburg, PA 17105 Phone: (717) 787-3672

Pa Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement, 1303 N 7th Street Harrisburg, PA 17102-1424 Phone: (717) 783-7792

Pa Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement, 9th Flr Pa State Office Building Philadelphia, PA 19107 Phone: (215) 560-5850

Pa Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement, 603 Stanwix Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1425 Phone: (412) 565-5206

Pa Bureau Of Child Support Enforcement, 1303 N 7th Street Harrisburg, PA 17102-1424 Phone: (717) 783-3012

Pennsylvania Child Support, 227 Washington Street # 210 Conshohocken, PA 19428-2086 Phone: (610) 260-2192

Child And Family Support Services, 437 N Center Street Pottsville, PA 17901-1705 Phone: (570) 622-9860

Child & Family Support 515 Old Swede Road # B8 Douglassville, PA 19518-1208 Phone: (610) 385-0653

Pennsylvania Child Support 2403 Sidney Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203-2167 Phone: (412) 390-3180

Child & Family Support Service, 4 S 4th Street # 2 Reading, PA 19602-2819 Phone: (610) 376-8558

Child Support Enforcement Bur 1303 N 7th Street Harrisburg, PA 17102-1424 Phone: (717) 783-8729

The court has to examine some important financial documents before calculating child support payments, such as:

  • Court-ordered support child support for children of other relationships
  • Gross income of both parents
  • Any paid or received spousal support or alimony
  • Childcare and education costs
  • Health insurance costs and extraordinary medical costs

It is of your best interest that you provide the most accurate information about your assets and financial information.

Child support orders automatically terminate when:

  • The child is emancipated by the court
  • reaches the age of 18 and graduates from high school
  • Has a change in legal custody
  • Enlists in the armed forces
  • Gets married
  • Passes away

Support may not terminate if the child has severe special needs which cause him/her to remain dependent.

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DISCLAIMER: The law will vary depending on your state, jurisdiction and the specifics of your case. The information provided by is intended for educational purposes only. The content on this site should NOT be considered professional legal advice or a substitute for professional legal advice. For such services, we recommend getting a free initial consultation by a licensed Attorney in your state.

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