Finding Effective Child Support Solutions
In Pennsylvania, child support is determined based upon the income shares model, which considers the net monthly incomes of parents. Once the parents’ combined net monthly income is determined, the Pennsylvania Support Guidelines are applied and a guideline support amount is calculated. Although it may sound simple enough, child support matters can become complex, and it can be difficult to maneuver through the court process on your own.
At Palange, Endres & Marks, P.C., we provide experienced representation to clients for a wide range of family law concerns, including those related to child support. We will take the time to fully understand your unique situation and explain the child support process. Our attorneys will then guide you through the support process, from the initial filing of a support complaint through the hearing and filing of any exceptions.
Contact us today to schedule an initial appointment with one of our attorneys.
Wyomissing Attorneys For Child Support And Enforcement
In addition to looking at the income of both parties and the number of children in a household, the courts will often take other exceptions into account. This can include:
- Child care and health insurance expenses
- Support for multiple families/households
- Earning capacity, if one parent is not working to his or her full potential
Whether you need a Reading lawyer for child support, enforcement or support modification, Palange, Endres & Marks, P.C., is ready and able to assist you. With more than 50 years of combined experience, our attorneys, Dawn Palange, Ann Endres and Lauren Marks, are prepared to handle even the most complex situations. Additionally, Ann served as special counsel for the domestic relations section of Berks County. In this position, she focused intensely on support matters, including interstate and intrastate support. This gives our firm additional insight into this area.