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Father owes big money in child support case

Many non-custodial parents in Pennsylvania have no problem with the idea of paying support for their children. Just because the marriage does not last does not mean the love they have for their children stops, and they are usually happy to help provide, no matter the sacrifices they may have to make to do so. One father, however, faked his own death and lived as another person to keep from paying child support to his ex-wife for their two children.

No child support from father for nearly 20 years

A regular support payment is vital to the well-being of the children for most Pennsylvania custodial parents. Some of those who have had trouble collecting the court-ordered amount have seen firsthand the financial problems that can ensue when the money does not come in. One father went to great lengths to get out of paying child support for his four children.

Man tries to get out of paying child support

Many custodial parents in Pennsylvania are acutely aware of how important regular child support payments are to the welfare of their children. A missed payment could mean at least one missed meal, no warm coat for the cold winter days or medicine that is essential for maintaining optimum health. One man took drastic measures to get out of paying the child support ordered by the court.

Scott Weiland's ex has child support request

Many custodial parents in Pennsylvania know how crucial it is to receive support payments for their children from their former spouse. Some even know how devastating a turn their particular circumstances can take when they do not receive the funds. The ex-wife of the late Stone Temple Pilots band member, Scott Weiland, says she now needs his estate to make her child support payments.

Actor Jeremy Renner reassesses child support for daughter

In Pennsylvania, many child support situations are such that a fairly basic formula can be used to determine the amount a noncustodial parent will have to pay. Should the income of that parent increase, the support agreement can be reevaluated, and a new payment may be ordered to reflect the increase. Jeremy Renner, one of the stars of The Avengers superhero movies, will be paying more in child support due to his growing earnings from the series.

Judge sets spousal and child support amounts in abuse case

Each state has its own regulations when setting child support payments. Pennsylvania has a formula by which support is determined, although special circumstances may be a consideration that would cause the court to deviate from the set formula. One judge has determined spousal and child support for a woman who was a victim of domestic violence by her husband.

Noncustodial parent pays sizeable amount in child support

Parents in Pennsylvania who are primary custodians often struggle financially without a monthly child support payment from their ex. The amount of child support is determined differently in each state, using a variety of factors. One businessman is expected to pay more support each month than many people make in a year.

Kevin Federline wants child support revision with Britney Spears

Pennsylvania readers have not seen much in the news about Britney Spears since her infamous breakdown in 2007, but she is making minor headlines now, thanks to her ex-husband, Kevin Federline. The couple had two boys during their three-year marriage, and Britney has been paying Kevin child support. Kevin is now asking for a second look at their child support order.

Father requests leniency on child support sum

Most Pennsylvania parents know just how important child support payments are in providing a somewhat comfortable lifestyle for their children. Should the parent who supplies those child support payments be unable to do so for any reason, there is the danger that some of the most basic needs of those children may not be met. For those parents, the sum of the financial support they owe accrues until the time comes when they are able to pay what they owe. Such is the case for one father who was released from prison and finding that he owed nearly $40,000 to the mother of his son.

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