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How parents' income is determined for child support


Pennsylvania parents know that making decisions for a child is not always easy. Sometimes, parents do not always agree on how to best care for a child. This is especially true when it comes to divorce. Parents going through a divorce often have to settle difficult matters such as child custody and child support. In many cases, one parent is awarded physical custody of the child and the other parent is ordered to pay child support. Then, the amount owed in monthly payments must be determined.

What can divorce do?


Philadelphia residents who are experiencing marital troubles may have many questions. For many, this is not an easy time in their lives. There is much about marital strife that can prove to be stressful. After all, there are very few who truly expect to experience divorce before getting married and many may worry about the stigma attached to the end of a marriage. Thankfully, by acquainting oneself with what can be accomplished in divorce, many of these stresses may be quelled.

Celebrity chef in custody battle


Divorce does not always proceed as smoothly as some Pennsylvania residents may wish. Unfortunately, divorcing spouses do not always see eye to eye on every issue. When there are children involved, these issues can become even more contentious. It is common for parents to have differing ideas on what constitutes the best interests of the child. These views can become so strongly opposed that parents may find themselves in a custody battle. When this happens, it is often best for parents to have a complete understanding of this legal process.

A look at the Violence Against Women Act


Sadly, there are many Pennsylvania residents who have suffered because of domestic violence. Such violence can take many forms -- stalking, emotional abuse, sexual abuse and physical abuse can all fall under the category of domestic violence. Sometimes, victims of this kind of violence may not know what their rights are. It can be extremely difficult to know how to respond following an act of domestic violence. Thankfully, there are resources available for victims of such abuse.

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