Asked in Family Law and Child Support for Pennsylvania

Q: Will the increase the payments if I lost my job and can’t afford to for daycare for my son or medical bills

We don’t live together and he’s doesn’t put a roof over our head I have my own house and he has his own house should I take proof that he’s been harassing Me to take him off child support

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2 Lawyer Answers

Matthew Fox

Answered
  • Norristown, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: These really are questions you should be asking your lawyer. With limited information it is impossible to tell you definitively how your payments might change. I urge you to consult with your lawyer regarding your concerns, or, if you weren't represented, then consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area. In the meeting the lawyer can review your specific situation and give you well-informed advice.

Kathryn Hilbush

Answered
  • Media, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: I agree with Attorney Fox. I think you're asking if your support order may be increased if you've lost your job. Maybe. It depends on why you lost your job and how much the father earns. If you're not working you don't need daycare but bringing proof of what it would cost with you to court can't hurt.

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