What if the other party does not reside in Pennsylvania?

What if the other party does not reside in Pennsylvania?

  • A party seeking support against another party who does not reside in Pennsylvania may be required to file the support action in accordance with the Uniform Family Support Act (UIFSA).  You will file the required documents above, your filing will be reviewed by an Intake Coordinator and if it is found that a UIFSA must be filed, additional documents will be requested from you.  For more information on UIFSA (Interstate) cases click here: UIFSA

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1. How do I apply for Child Support?
2. How to submit completed support documents to apply for support?
3. Is there a filing fee when filing for Child Support?
4. How will the defendant be notified that I’ve filed for support?
5. How far back does support go?
6. How long until the conference date?
7. What if the other party does not reside in Pennsylvania?
8. What if paternity has not been established?
9. What information do I need to provide for the support conference?
10. When there is family violence, can personal information be kept confidential?
11. How will I receive payments?
12. Does the support process address custody?