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Relatives seeking child custody in Pennsylvania

Under certain circumstances, such as the death of a child's parents, it will be up to the Pennsylvania courts to determine what will happen to that child. In the absence of another parent, the child's grandparents are normally the next relative that can petition for custody. As things stand now, other relatives such as aunts and uncles do not have the right to petition for child custody except under specific circumstances.

Woman's husband owes her 10 years of child support

A woman has been trying to get her ex-husband to pay her what he owes her for about 10 years now. After the couple first parted ways, she tried to work things out without involving the courts. Like many Pennsylvania parents, when her ex-husband consistently refused to pay her, she went to her local Child Support Enforcement office for help.

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