Serving the Tri-County Area
130 E Jefferson Street
Butler, PA 16001
The amount of child support to be paid can often be a source of contention between you and the other parent involved. Victor E Vouga Attorney at Law is dedicated to ensure the amount being paid is equitable between both parties, and covers costs of your child’s care, education, and basic expenses involved in raising a child.
Monthly net income of each parent
Any special needs that the child may have
Parenting time of the noncustodial parent
Day care costs
Health insurance costs
Child support modifications
Child support disputes
Child support back payments
Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines are designed to provide as much financial stability as possible for your child. Once ordered, child support must be paid until your child reaches the age of 18 and is graduated from high school. In some circumstances with children who have serious health issues, support can continue beyond their 18th birthday.
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