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  • Montgomery County Domestic Relations

    Information on support procedures in Montgomery County. Content Detail

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    Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas
  • Montgomery County: Forms

    Forms provided by the Montgomery County Court of County Pleas. Content Detail

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    Montgomery County Courts
  • Montgomery County: Protection From Abuse

    Information on Protection From Abuse procedures in Montgomery County. Content Detail

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    Montgomery County Courts
  • Montour County Domestic Relations

    Information on domestic relations procedures in Montour County. Content Detail

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    Montour County
  • Northampton County: Child Custody Self Help

    Information on Child Custody Proceedings in Northampton County. Read More

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    Northampton County Court of Common Pleas
  • Northampton County Domestic Relations

    Information on support procedures in Northampton County. Content Detail

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    Northampton Court of Common Pleas
  • Northampton County: Handbook for Self Represented Litigants

    The purpose of this handbook is to provide self-represented litigants with a general idea of the legal process and to further provide some direction with regard to self-representation. It also provides information on websites designed to provide information, forms and other support to self represented litigants in Pennsylvania actions. Content Detail

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    Northampton County Court of Common Pleas
  • Northampton County: Protection From Abuse Information

    Information on Protection From Abuse services in Northampton county. Content Detail

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    Court of Common Pleas of Northampton County website
  • Pennsylvania: Complaint for Support

    This will link you to LawHelp Interactive where you can prepare a "Complaint for Support," which you can use if you want support for your children (child support) and/or support for yourself (spousal support). You must file separate complaints against each father. The site will ask you a series of questions about your situation and then create a complaint for YOU based on YOUR ANSWERS. The complaint can then be printed and filed in your local court. PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a fill-in-the-blank form. Read More

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    Philadelphia Legal Assistance
  • Pennsylvania: Notice of Relocation

    This will link you to LawHelp Interactive where you can prepare a "Notice of Relocation," which you can use if you have physical custody of a child and you wish to move with the child to another residence, where your move will significantly impair the ability of someone else to exercise his or her custodial rights. The site will ask you a series of questions about your situation and then create documents for YOU based on YOUR ANSWERS. The notice can then be mailed to the person who has custodial rights. The form also generates detailed instructions, a Counter-Affidavit Regarding Relocation, and a Petition To Confirm Relocation. PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a fill-in-the-blank form. Read More

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    Philadelphia Legal Assistance
  • Pennsylvania: Petition for Contempt of Custody

    This will link you to LawHelp Interactive where you can prepare a "Petition for Contempt of Custody," which you can use if you are a party to a current custody order and the other party violates the order. If you also want to change the custody order, you must file a Petition To Modify Custody in addition to a Petition for Contempt of Custody. The site will ask you a series of questions about your situation and then create a petition for YOU based on YOUR ANSWERS. The petition can then be printed and filed in your local court. PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a fill-in-the-blank form. Read More

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    Philadelphia Legal Assistance
  • Pennsylvania: Petition for Contempt of Support

    This will link you to LawHelp Interactive where you can prepare a "Petition for Contempt of Support," which you can use if you are a party to a current support order and the other party violates the order. If you also want to change the support order, you must file a Petition To Modify Support in addition to a Petition for Contempt of Support. The site will ask you a series of questions about your situation and then create a petition for YOU based on YOUR ANSWERS. The petition can then be printed and filed in your local court. PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a fill-in-the-blank form. Read More

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    Philadelphia Legal Assistance
  • Pennsylvania: Petition to Modify Support

    This will link you to LawHelp Interactive where you can prepare a "Petition To Modify Support," which you can use if you are a party to a current support order and you want to ask for a change (increase/decrease) or to stop the order. The site will ask you a series of questions about your situation and then create a petition for YOU based on YOUR ANSWERS. The petition can then be printed and filed in your local court. PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a fill-in-the-blank form. Read More

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    Philadelphia Legal Assistance
  • Perry County: Court Forms

    Forms for use in the Perry County Court of Common Pleas Content Detail

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    Perry County Court of Common Pleas
  • Perry County Domestic Relations

    Information on domestic relations procedures in Perry County. Content Detail

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    Perry County