In the month of March, it’s important that anyone in Pennsylvania who has a child support, spousal support or alimony pendente lite order thinks about their unreimbursed expenses from the year before.  Almost every support order requires each party to share responsibility for medical, dental, and vision expenses that are not covered by insurance such…

Recently, entertainment headlines have been dominated by Kevin Costner’s wife’s request for $248,000 per month in child support for their three children.  To most people, such a request probably seems outrageous, but most people aren’t married to wealthy movie stars. Kevin Costner’s case represents what family law attorneys refer to as a “high income” child…

Financial support is a common concern in divorce cases. To learn more about the different types of financial support and how they operate in Pennsylvania, continue reading below. 1. What is the difference between spousal support and alimony? Spousal support (and alimony pendente lite) is paid during the pendency of the divorce action and is calculated using an income-based calculation prescribed by…