Lancaster Child Support Lawyer

At Marinaro Law Firm, we have extensive experience guiding clients through a wide range of family law matters including child support and spousal support. We focus a great deal of attention and resources toward helping clients handle complex support matters. With more than two decades of experience, clients rely on our firm for personal attention and professional service.

In Pennsylvania, child support is largely determined by a calculation. There are multiple factors that are used to calculate how much support must be paid. While this calculation is formulaic, it is crucial that you have a skilled lawyer work on your behalf. Many factors must be considered, including child care costs, educational expenses and medical insurance premiums. If these values are not calculated correctly, the determination of child support will not be accurate. Contact our firm to schedule a consultation with a Lancaster child support attorney.

Spousal Support Attorney Serving Millersville

Ephrata And All Of Lancaster County

Divorcing couples will often have to reach an agreement regarding spousal maintenance. While people often refer to alimony or spousal support, these terms refer to a specific stage in Pennsylvania.

  • Spousal support is paid by the more financially independent spouse to the less financially independent spouse from the date of separation until either party files a divorce complaint.
  • Alimony pendente lite is support that is paid in the second stage of the divorce proceeding. This alimony is paid from the date that the divorce complaint is filed until the divorce has been finalized. In this way, both spouses remain financially stable throughout the divorce proceeding.
  • Alimony is financial support that is paid after the divorce has been finalized. The amount is typically set for a finite period of time, allowing the less financially independent spouse time to reenter the job market or seek additional schooling or job training. The determination of alimony typically considers several factors such as the length of the marriage, income disparity and whether one spouse has a physical or mental disability that impacts earning capacity.

Contact our firm at once to discuss your spousal support or alimony concerns. Our firm prides itself on personal service, prompt communication and individual attention. Trust us to aggressively fight to protect your best interests through divorce.

Contact Us

If you have questions regarding support, contact Marinaro Law Firm by calling 717-406-1794, toll free 866-614-6520 or by completing our online contact form. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, but we offer evening and weekend appointments upon request. We offer services in English or Spanish.