Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines have been changed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Hot off the press . . .

Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued changes to the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure, amending the child support guidelines.

Major highlights include a substantial change in the way we calculate support in high income cases so if the combined income in your case is more than $20,000 per month, this could affect you. Additionally, the basic child support numbers have been recalculated across the board.

You can read the new rules here.


Many of the ancillary rules have also changed. For a complete analysis of your child support, you should consult with an attorney, and make sure they are familiar with all of the facts of your case because child support calculations are much more than just plugging numbers into the system. Our guidelines include deviations, rules and assumptions that must be considered.

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