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July 2016 Archives

Woman hits roadblock in receiving child support

Divorced parents in Pennsylvania know there can be many stressors before, during and after the divorce is final. One of the headaches for either parent is often the paying and receiving of child support. So many times, the non-custodial parent is blamed for not providing the child support amount that was accepted by the court. A recent report shows the blame may not always lie with the parent who has been designated to supply financial support.

Children who live with grandparents get housing assistance

Many non-traditional families in Pennsylvania today are going by a new name: grandfamilies. Grandfamilies are those where the grandchildren live with grandparents when the parents are not around. Many times the grandchildren who live with grandparents live in substandard housing because the grandparents are not financially stable enough to provide any other environment. One group is working to help those in that situation.

Original terms of a divorce agreement may need changing

When two Pennsylvania parents decide to divorce, they may have differing ideas on the stipulations attached to the terms of their separation. Even if they agree on matters of child custody and support or any settlement agreements at the time of the divorce, something could happen later on to necessitate a change in conditions. Such is the case of a tobacco heiress and her soon-to-be ex-husband and an arrangement they agreed upon when they began divorce proceedings.

Former football player accused of not paying child support

Pennsylvania parents who have decided to separate have already made a tough decision, in most cases. To ensure the needs of their children are met, determining a child support arrangement suitable to the financial position of each parent is essential. The ex of former NFL player, Chad Ochocinco Johnson feels she is not receiving enough in child support and let him know during an unusual situation.

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