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June 2016 Archives

Jon Gosselin reveals unusual child custody terms

Many Pennsylvania parents are familiar with the former TLC show "Jon and Kate Plus 8," and the controversy surrounding Jon and Kate Gosselin since deciding to end their marriage after 10 years. Jon was previously barred from disclosing certain details about their child custody arrangement because of a court injunction by the television network. The time constraint of the injunction has expired, and Jon is more than willing to make public the peculiar terms of the child custody agreement.

Child custody issues at the center of courthouse rally

Fathers in Pennsylvania who are living apart from their children may be interested in a rally recently conducted by a few concerned fathers on the steps of a courthouse in another state. These men are trying to do their part to change some state-level regulations on child custody and the access they are given to their children on a regular basis. Even though there have been new laws passed pertaining to child custody issues, these men feel they still have to fight for equal time with their children.

Judge orders unusual sentence in child support case

When a child is brought into this world, it is expected that both parents should care for it, whether they are together as a couple or not. Many couples have a hard time making ends meet with two incomes, so it can be even more difficult for just one parent to sufficiently provide the financial support needed throughout the first 18 years of a child's life. When a non-custodial parent does not step up to make the required child support payments, he or she will usually face some type of consequence. Pennsylvania parents may be surprised to hear the ruling of a judge against a father who is behind on paying his child support.

Man claims unfair treatment in child support case

There are so many factors to worry about when two people get divorced. If they have children, they will sometimes need to go to court for a decision on which parent will have custody and which parent will pay child support, if the two will not share in joint custody. Some Pennsylvania fathers may empathize with a man in another state who has custody of his son but has problems when receiving child support payments from his ex-wife.

Back child support ordered in Bristol Palin case

All parents, upon dissolution of the union between them, should have some type of agreement drawn up that specifies the future care of their children. Child support amounts should be set after custody arrangements have been made. Sometimes there is a dispute between the parents when trying to come up with a plan when they have differing ideas as to what is best for their children. Pennsylvania parents may be interested to learn of the latest court-ordered child support decision involving Bristol Palin and her former fiancé, Levi Johnston.

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