Pennsylvania parents who are divorcing with children may want to learn about our state's child support guidelines. For example, whether you are going to receive or pay child support, it's important to note that child support requirements will usually endure until a child is 18 years of age, or older in cases where the child has yet to finish high school or has a mental or physical disability.
Parents involved in child custody cases usually also find themselves discussing child support. When child support payments become delinquent, the recipient has the right to recover those payments, especially if the agreement has yet to expire. So, how does one go about recovering delinquent child support payments?