Pennsylvania Child Support
How to apply for child support in Pennsylvania
Any person who has primary custody of a child in Pennsylvania can apply for child support services through the state’s Child Support Program. Applying for these services is simple. Applicants must first read a social security disclosure form, complete an application, sign an intake questionnaire and fill out a Complain for Support form. Once completed, you’ll need to contact your local Domestic Relations Section to determine your next steps. If you have any general questions about PA child support, then contact the Child Support Enforcement Helpline at 1-800-932-0211. For specific questions, refer to your local Domestic Relations Section. Download Forms.
How to Calculate Child Support in Pennsylvania?
Payment amounts are directly determined based on Pennsylvania’s Child Support Guidelines. To calculate support, you’ll need to know both parent’s income, the number of children each parent has and the total amount of support both parents are responsible for.
How to claim and pay child support?
Pennsylvania allows for multiple different payment methods including online, by mail, in-person and over the phone. Payments are accepted electronically through your bank account, check, money order, credit card, debit card or cash. Parents can receive payments through either direct deposit to their bank account or onto an EPPICard Debit card.
Child Support Performance Stats for Pennsylvania
Based on data collected in 2013, around 16 percent of families in the state don’t receive their owed payments. About 19 percent of all arrearages were collected by the state’s Child Support Enforcement agencies.
Statistics for Regular On-Time Payments Collection
Other Incentive Performance Measures
|Statewide Paternity Establishment (%)||92.93||99.09||96.51||99.62||95.65|
|IV-D Paternity Establishment (%)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Support Order Establishment (%)||89.89||89.78||89.79||89.94||90.76|
Total Number of Children in the Child Support Program
Total Distributed Collections and Total Administrative Expenditures ($ Millions)
|Total Distributed Collections ($)||1320.24||1300.55||1263.37||1247.38||1240.48|
|Total Distributed to Families ($)||1278.57||1264.59||1230.82||1215.97||1210.11|
|Total Administrative Expenditures ($)||237.92||247.51||238.99||253.85||237.43|
Average Collections per Case with Collections
Can the support be paid off early?
It may be possible to pay a lump sum as an advanced payment towards your support obligation, but taking such action comes with risks. Support amounts may be modified in the future and circumstances may change. It’s best to consult with a lawyer when considering such an action.
What Will happen if You fall Behind Child Support Payment?
- Denial or revocation of government-issued licenses
- Reporting to credit bureaus
- Liens on property
- Interception of tax refunds
- Increasing fines
- Criminal charges and jail time
Can you get alimony and child support at the same time?
Parents who are going through a divorce may be awarded both child support and alimony payments from their former spouses.
Can you stop the support payments?
You can only stop making payments when a court has terminated the order, your obligation has ended and all past due debts have been paid in full.
Child Support and Taxes
When parents are separated and not living together, federal law requires them to file taxes separately. Only one of these individuals is legally allowed to claim the child as a dependent for tax purposes, and this right is often granted to the parent with primary custody of the child. Because this parent burdens the majority of day-to-day expenses, they are often awarded the tax deduction in court.
Can child support payments be claimed on taxes in Pennsylvania?
Support payments should not be claimed on your Pennsylvania tax returns whether you are the receiving parent or paying parent.
How does my child support affect my taxes in Pennsylvania?
Support payments are considered tax-neutral. This means that the paying parent will not receive a deduction, and the receiving parent won’t be able to claim the money as income.
Can child support be taken pre-tax?
Payments will be paid to the support agency after income tax has already been applied to the money. Even when you are under an income withholding order, the payments will already have been taxed before being withheld.
Can child support Take my federal tax return?
The federal government has specific laws that allow the state of Pennsylvania’s child support agencies to intercept an individual’s tax return when they owe the state support payments. This program is called the Tax Refund Offset Program.
Paternity describes the legal relationship between a father and their child. According to Pennsylvania law, children born during the marriage will automatically have the husband listed as their legal father on the birth certificate. Children born to unwed parents will have no legal father unless steps are taken to establish paternity.
How do you establish paternity?
Parents can establish paternity through marriage, a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity form filed with the Domestic Relations Section or by court order.
What rights does a father have if not on a birth certificate?
A father who isn’t listed on the birth certificate does not have any legal rights to the child. This includes seeking out rights pertaining to adoption, visitation, and custody.
Can a mother refuse me paternity test?
If paternity is not established, then potential fathers can resolve this issue through court action. Courts may order genetic testing to confirm paternity.
How to establish paternity if the father is deceased?
When the father is deceased, establishing paternity may still be beneficial for the child. Pennsylvania’s courts recognize these benefits, so it may be possible to establish paternity through genetic testing of either the deceased parent or living relatives.
Can a father get a paternity test without the mother?
Fathers may utilize the Pennsylvania court system to get state-approved genetic testing and confirm paternity. The mother may be ordered by the court to submit to these genetic tests. Courts generally won’t accept third-party testing that doesn’t utilize a sample from the mother.
How long does a father have to establish paternity in Pennsylvania?
Pennsylvania’s laws require fathers to establish paternity prior to the child’s 18th birthday.
Support order establishment
The establishment of a legal father also establishes a need for the parent to financially provide for the child’s basic needs. Courts in Pennsylvania will enter the father into a support order based on the state’s Child Support Guidelines and appropriate deviations. This amount will be paid to the state’s child support agencies and then distributed to the custodial parent.
State Child Support orders
Once the court order for support is established, the non-custodial parent will be obligated to comply with these payments until the child reaches their 18th birthday and has graduated from high school. A failure to pay may result in a number of enforcement measures that can impact the non-paying parent’s licenses, tax returns, property and bank accounts.
Can child support be modified?
It is possible to modify current support orders, but all changes must be approved by Pennsylvania’s child support agencies or courts.
Obligations may be modified when the parent has experienced a material change in circumstances, the child’s expenses have significantly changed or custody arrangements have been altered.
How do I file for a modification of child support?
Parents can visit Pennsylvania’s child support website at www.childsupport.state.pa.us and register to create an account. Through the website, parents can request the appropriate modification forms. Otherwise, parents can call, write or visit their nearest Domestic Relations Section and request the appropriate forms.
Can a child support order appealed?
Either parent has a period of 20 days in which they can file an appeal of the support order decision. If a parent files an appeal, then they will have another court hearing who will make a decision about the obligation.
Do you need a lawyer to modify the support?
A lawyer is not necessary to request a modification of your current court ordered obligation payments. When both parents are in agreement about the modification, you may not even need to have a court hearing. In some situations where parents are in disagreement, it may be beneficial to hire a lawyer.
Child support Enforcement
How long does the support enforcement take?
Some enforcement measures are automatically initiated based on how delinquent payments are. For example, credit bureau reporting will occur when the parent is at least 60 days late.
What to do when the support is not paid?
If you aren’t receiving payments, then you should automatically report the issue to your local Domestic Relations Section.
What Happens if I’m not paying Child support?
When you aren’t making payments, enforcement measures may be levied against you.
How much overdue child support payment can be considered a felony?
Federal law states that it is a felony offense to willfully avoid paying support for over two years or in amounts exceeding $10,000.
Can the support debt be forgiven?
Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court has ruled that any debt forgiveness must be approved by the court, and decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.
Support Order Termination
How do I stop a support order?
In order to stop an order, parents will need to apply for a termination of the support order. If courts approve of the termination request, then your obligation will end.
When Can I Apply for Child Support Termination?
Parents may apply for termination when their child has reached their 18th birthday and they have graduated from high school.
Can the custodial parent close a support case?
The custodial parent can voluntarily close their case by writing, signing and delivering a letter to the Department of Child Support Services. If the case is closed, then the court order does not automatically terminate.
When Can I Stop Paying the Support?
Within six months of the child’s 18th birthday, the Domestic Relations Section will send a copy of an emancipation inquiry to the parents. The custodial parent must return the notice and explain whether the child is still living at home. Depending on the answer, DRS will terminate your order. You can stop paying when all debts have been paid and your order has been terminated.
The legal age to stop support in the state is 18 years old. The obligation may extend until the child graduates high school.
Pennsylvania hearing rights
Parents and children in the state have a right to a hearing regarding paternity, custody, visitation or child support.
Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines
Pennsylvania’s child support guidelines are based on both the needs of the child and the ability of the parent to make payments. The formula used to approximate a support amount factors in each parent’s income, daycare expenses and health insurance costs.
Pennsylvania Child Support Coverage
What is the support meant to cover?
Support is designed to cover the child’s basic needs like food, shelter, clothing, educational needs and other such expenses.
Does the Support Cover Medical Care Expenses?
The state does factor in health insurance costs when determining an obligation amount.
What if Both Parents are working, will the Support Cover child care services?
Pennsylvania Child Support Laws require courts to factor in the costs of childcare when determining a support amount.
Are Car Maintenance Costs Covered by the Support?
Car maintenance costs would be covered by the custodial parent.
What is Considered Basic Entertainment for the Support?
Basic entertainment includes any activities designed for the entertainment of the child.
Are School and College expenses Covered by the Support in Pennsylvania?
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has ruled that required college-level support violates the equal protection clause found in the 14the Amendment, so these expenses are not covered.
Basic educational needs are covered by the basic obligation payments.
Are Extracurricular Activities covered by Support?
Courts may add on extraordinary expenses to the support obligation including extracurricular activities when they are reasonable and in line with the family’s standard of living.
Pennsylvania Child Support Offices
|Institution name||Physical address||Email address||Phone number||Website|
|Pennsylvania Child Support Program||25 S Front St, Harrisburg, PA||N/A||800-932-0211||https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws/?Preference=Desktop&Owner=Client|
County Child Support Offices in PA
|County name||Institution name||Physical address||Email address||Phone number||Website|
|Adams County||Adams County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Child Support||525 Boyds School Rd., Suite 600, Gettysburg, PA 17325||N/A||1(717) 337-9804||http://www.adamscounty.us/Dept/CourtofCommonPleas/DomesticRelations/Pages/Child-Support.aspx|
|Allegheny County||Allegheny County, PA Court Of Common Pleas - Family Division||440 Ross Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219||N/A||1(412) 350-5600||https://www.alleghenycourts.us/family/Default.aspx|
|Armstrong County||Armstrong County, PA Domestic Relations Section||500 E Market St.,Suite 100, Kittanning, PA 16201||N/A||1(724) 548-3249||http://www.co.armstrong.pa.us/departments/social-services/domestic-relations|
|Beaver County||Beaver County, PA Domestic Relations Section||800 Third Street, Beaver, PA 15009||N/A||1(724) 773-8500||http://www.beavercountypa.gov/Depts/Courts/DR/Pages/default.aspx|
|Bedford County||Bedford County, PA Domestic Relations Section||200 South Juliana Street, Rm# 203, 2nd Floor Bedford, PA 15522||CS-Bedford@PACSES.com||1(814) 623-4813||https://www.bedfordcountypa.org/courts/domestic_relations/index.php|
|Berks County||Berks County, PA Office Of Domestic Relations||633 Court Street, 6th Floor Services Center, Reading, PA email@example.com||1(610) 478-2900||http://www.co.berks.pa.us/dr|
|Blair County||Blair County, PA Domestic Relations Section||423 Allegheny St .,Suite 327, Hollidaysburg, PA 16648||N/A||1(814) 693-3220||http://www.blairco.org/Dept/DomesticRelations/Pages/default.aspx|
|Bradford County||Bradford County, PA Domestic Relations Office||301 Main Street, Towanda, PA 18848||N/A||1(570) 265-1718||http://www.bradfordcountypa.org/index.php/courts/domestic-relations-office|
|Bucks County||Bucks County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Doylestown Office||100 North Main Street, Doylestown, PA 18901||N/A||1(215) 340-8068||http://www.buckscounty.org/Courts/DomesticRelations|
|Bucks County||Bucks County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Bristol Office||1240 Veterans Highway, #806, Bristol, PA 19007||N/A||1(215) 781-2590||http://www.buckscounty.org/Courts/DomesticRelations|
|Butler County||Butler County, PA Domestic Relations Section||124 West Diamond Street, Butler, PA 16001||N/A||1(724) 284-5181||http://www.co.butler.pa.us/drs|
|Cambria County||Cambria County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Ebensburg Office||Services Building, 499 Manor Drive, P.O. Box 398, Ebensburg, PA 15931||N/A||1(814) 472-5433||https://www.cambriacountypa.gov/domestic-relations.aspx|
|Cambria County||Cambria County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Johnstown Office||Central Park Complex, Fifth Floor, 110 Franklin Street, Johnstown, PA 15901||N/A||1(814) 536-8911||https://www.cambriacountypa.gov/domestic-relations.aspx|
|Cameron County||Cameron County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Court House, 20 E 5th Street, Emporium, PA 15834||N/A||1(814) 486-5875||http://www.co.elk.pa.us/index.php/domestic-relations2/cameron-county-domesticrelations|
|Carbon County||Carbon County, PA Domestic Relations Section||76 Susquehanna Street, Second Floor, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229||N/A||1(570) 325-2179||http://www.carboncourts.com/DOMESTIC.HTM|
|Centre County||Centre County, PA Domestic Relations Section||420 Holmes Street, Bellefonte, PA 16823||N/A||1(814) 355-6741||http://centrecountypa.gov/index.aspx?NID=374|
|Chester County||Chester County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Chester Co Justice Center, 201 W Market Street, Suite 3400, West Chester, PA 19380||N/A||1(610) 344-6215||https://www.chesco.org/215/Domestic-Relations|
|Clarion County||Clarion County, PA Domestic Relations Section||17 South 4th Ave, Clarion, PA 16214||N/A||1(814) 226-1030||http://www.co.clarion.pa.us/government/offices-and-departments.html|
|Clearfield County||Clearfield County, PA Domestic Relations Section||230 E Market St., Suite 300, Clearfield, PA 16830||N/A||1(814) 765-5339||http://www.clearfieldco.org/domestic-relations/|
|Clinton County||Clinton County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Garden Building, 232 E. Main Street, Suite 200, Lock Haven, PA 17745||N/A||1(570) 893-4050||http://www.clintoncountypa.com/departments/human_services/domestic_relations/|
|Columbia County||Columbia County, PA Domestic Relations Section||11 West Main St., Second Floor, Bloomsburg, PA 17815||N/A||1(570) 387-8870||http://columbiapa.org/domesticrelations/index.php|
|Crawford County||Crawford County, PA Domestic Relations Section||898 Park Avenue, Ste 11, Meadville, PA 16335||N/A||1(814) 336-2695||https://www.crawfordcountypa.net/DomRel/Pages/home.aspx|
|Cumberland County||Cumberland County, PA Domestic Relations Section||13 North Hanover Street, P.O. Box 320, Carlisle, PA 17013||N/A||1(717) 240-6225||https://www.ccpa.net/114/Domestic-Relations|
|Dauphin County||Dauphin County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Human Services Building, 25 South Front Street, 8th floor, Harrisburg, PA 17101||N/A||1(717) 255-2796||http://www.dauphincounty.org/government/court_departments/domestic_relations/contact_us.php|
|Delaware County||Delaware County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Curran Building, Second And Orange Streets, P.O. Box 543, Media, PA 19063||N/A||1(610) 891-4314||http://www.co.delaware.pa.us/domesticrelations/index.html|
|Elk County||Elk County, PA Domestic Relations Section||250 Main Street, P.O. Box 305, Ridgway, PA firstname.lastname@example.org||1(814) 772-5155||http://www.co.elk.pa.us/index.php/domestic-relations2/elk-county-domesticrelations|
|Erie County||Erie County, PA Domestic Relations Section||County Court House, 140 West 6th Street, Room 06, Erie, PA 16501||CSErie@pacses.com||1(814) 451-6151||https://www.eriecountypa.gov/courts/family-court/domestic-relations.aspx|
|Fayette County||Fayette County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Public Service Building, 22 East Main Street, Uniontown, PA 15401||N/A||1(724) 430-1260||http://www.co.fayette.pa.us/dro/pages/default.aspx|
|Forest County||Forest County, PA Domestic Relations Section||333 Hickory Street, Warren, PA 16365||N/A||1(814) 728-3540||http://www.co.forest.pa.us/departments/domestic_relations.php|
|Franklin County||Franklin County, PA Domestic Relations Section||218 N Second St., Chambersburg, PA 17201||N/A||1(717) 264-6144||http://www.franklincountypa.gov/index.php?section=judicial_domestic-relations|
|Fulton County||Fulton County, PA Domestic Relations Section||116 W Market St, Suite 201, Mcconnellsburg, PA email@example.com||1(717) 485-0810||https://www.co.fulton.pa.us/domestic-relations.php|
|Greene County||Greene County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Fort Jackson Building,19 S Washington Street, Ste 200, Waynesburg, PA 15370||N/A||1(724) 852-5214||http://www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/lo/judges/domrel.htm|
|Huntingdon County||Huntingdon County, PA Domestic Relations Section||231 Washington Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652||N/A||1(814) 643-1403||http://huntingdoncountycourt.net/domestic-relations/|
|Indiana County||Indiana County, PA Domestic Relations Section||665 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, PA 15701||N/A||1(724) 465-3940||http://www.humanservices-countyofindiana.org/directory_disp.php?num=85|
|Jefferson County||Jefferson County, PA Domestic Relations Section||186 Main St Ste 1, Brookville, PA 15825||N/A||1(814) 849-1632||https://www.jeffersoncountypa.com/government/domestic-relations/|
|Juniata County||Juniata County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Courthouse Annex, 30 North Main Street, Po Box 68, Mifflintown, PA 17059||CSJuniata@pacses.com||1(717) 436-7749||https://www.juniataco.org/departments/domestic-relations/|
|Lackawanna County||Lackawanna County, PA Domestic Relations Section||1300 Old Plank Rd., Mayfield, PA 18433||N/A||1(570) 963-6721||https://dr.lackawannacounty.org/|
|Lancaster County||Lancaster County, PA Domestic Relations Section||150 N Queen St Suite 220, Lancaster, PA 17603||N/A||1(717) 299-8141||https://www.court.co.lancaster.pa.us/139/Domestic-Relations|
|Lawrence County||Lawrence County, PA Domestic Relations Section||430 Court St., New Castle, PA 16101||N/A||1(724) 658-5651||http://co.lawrence.pa.us/departments/domestic-relations/|
|Lebanon County||Lebanon County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Municipal Bldg, 400 South 8th Street, Room 202, Lebanon, PA 17042||CSLebanon@PACSES.com||1(717) 228-4480||http://lebcounty.org/depts/Domestic_Relations/Pages/default.aspx|
|Lehigh County||Lehigh County, PA Domestic Relations Section||14 N 6th Street, Allentown, PA 18101||N/A||1(610) 782-3185||https://www.lccpa.org/drs/|
|Luzerne County||Luzerne County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Wilkes-Barre Office||113 W North Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711||CS-Luzerne@pacses.com||1(570) 822-0600||https://www.luzernecounty.org/507/Domestic-Relations|
|Luzerne County||Luzerne County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Hazleton Office||701 N. Church Street, Hazleton, PA 18201||CS-Luzerne@pacses.com||1(570) 455-2117||https://www.luzernecounty.org/507/Domestic-Relations|
|Lycoming County||Lycoming County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Court House, 48 W 3rd Street, Williamsport, PA 17701||N/A||1(570) 327-2395||http://www.lyco.org/Courts/Domestic-Relations|
|McKean County||McKean County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Child & Spousal Support||16975 Route 6, Smethport, PA 16749||N/A||1(814) 887-3366||http://www.mckeancountypa.org/departments/domestic_relations/child_and_spousal_support.php|
|Mercer County||Mercer County, PA Domestic Relations Section||121 North Pitt Street, Mercer, PA 16137||N/A||1(724) 662-3800||http://www.mercercountypacourts.org/domrelations.html|
|Mifflin County||Mifflin County, PA Domestic Relations Section||152 E Market Street, Suite 105, Lewistown, PA firstname.lastname@example.org||1(717) 248-3955||http://www.co.mifflin.pa.us/dept/DR/Pages/default.aspx|
|Monroe County||Monroe County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Court House, 610 Monroe Street, Suite 110, Stroudsburg, PA 18360||N/A||1(570) 517-3845||http://www.monroepacourts.us/DomesticRelations/Pages/default.aspx|
|Montgomery County||Montgomery County, PA Domestic Relations Section - Child & Spousal Support||One Montgomery Plaza, 425 Swede Street, Suite 109, Norristown, PA 19404||N/A||1(610) 278-3646||https://www.montcopa.org/541/Child-Spousal-Support|
|Montour County||Columbia County, PA Domestic Relations Section||11 West Main Street, Second Floor, Bloomsburg, PA 17815||N/A||1(570) 387-8870||https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws/CSWS_controller.aspx?SelectionId=99&PageId=CSWS/dro_information.ascx&CountyID=47|
|Northampton County||Northampton County, PA Domestic Relations Section||126 S Union Street, Easton, PA 18042||N/A||1(610) 253-3566||https://www.nccpa.org/domestic-relations-section|
|Northumberland County||Northumberland County, PA Domestic Relations Section||320 N Second Street, 2nd Floor, Sunbury, PA 17801||N/A||1(570) 988-4227||https://www.norrycopa.net/index.php/domestic-relations/|
|Perry County||Perry County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Rhinesmith Hotel Bldg., 2 W Main Street, New Bloomfield, PA 17068||N/A||1(717) 582-5178||https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws/CSWS_controller.aspx?SelectionId=99&PageId=CSWS/dro_information.ascx&CountyID=50|
|Philadelphia County||Philadelphia County, PA Court of Common Pleas - Family Division||Family Court Building, 1501 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102||N/A||1(215) 686-7466||https://www.courts.phila.gov/common-pleas/family/|
|Pike County||Pike County, PA Domestic Relations Section||County Admin Bldg 506 Broad Street, Milford, PA 18337||N/A||1(570) 296-6511||https://www.pikepa.org/domestic.html|
|Potter County||Potter County, PA Domestic Relations Section||221 N Main Street, Coudersport, PA 16915||N/A||1(814) 260-5659||http://www.pottercountypa.net/post.php?pid=13|
|Schuylkill County||Schuylkill County, PA Domestic Relations Section||401 N Second Street, Pottsville, PA 17901||N/A||1(570) 628-1588||http://co.schuylkill.pa.us/Offices/DomesticRelations/index.asp|
|Snyder County||Snyder County, PA Domestic Relations Section||9 West Market Street, 3rd Floor, Middleburg, PA 17842||N/A||1(570) 837-4229||https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws/CSWS_controller.aspx?SelectionId=99&PageId=CSWS/dro_information.ascx&CountyID=55|
|Somerset County||Somerset County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Somerset Cty Office Bldg, 300 N Center Ave., Suite 200, Somerset, PA 15501||CSSomerset@pacses.com||1(814) 445-1440||http://www.co.somerset.pa.us/department.asp?deptnum=6|
|Sullivan County||Sullivan County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Sullivan Cnty Courthouse, Muncy & Main Strts, Laporte, PA 18626||N/A||1(570) 946-5481||https://www.sullivancounty-pa.us/offices/domestic-relations/|
|Susquehanna County||Susquehanna County, PA Domestic Relations Section||County Courthouse, Warner Bldg, 31 Lake Avenue, Montrose, 2nd Floor, PA email@example.com||1(570) 278-4600||http://susqco.com/court-offices/domestic-relations/|
|Tioga County||Tioga County, PA Domestic Relations Section||118 Main St., Wellsboro, PA 16901||N/A||1(570) 724-9330||http://www.tiogacountypa.us/Court_of_Common_Pleas/Domestic_Relations/Pages/DomesticRelations.aspx|
|Union County||Union County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Union County Courthouse, 103 S. Second Street, Lewisburg, PA 17837||N/A||1(570) 524-8661||http://www.unioncountypa.org/departments/domestic-relations/domestic-relations/page.aspx?id=1359|
|Venango County||Venango County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Courthouse Annex, 1174 Elk Street, Franklin, PA 16323||N/A||1(814) 432-9590||http://www.co.venango.pa.us/about-domestic-relations.html|
|Warren County||Warren County, PA Domestic Relations Section||333 Hickory Street, Warren, PA 16365||N/A||1(814) 728-3540||https://warrencountypa.net/domestic-relations/|
|Washington County||Washington County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Family Court Center, 29 W Cherry Ave., Suite 311, Washington, PA 15301||N/A||1(724) 228-6756||http://washingtoncourts.us/pages/drIntro.aspx|
|Wayne County||Wayne County, PA Domestic Relations Section||Courthouse/Dimmick Bldg, 925 Court Street, Honesdale, PA 18431||N/A||1(570) 251-9827||https://waynecountypa.gov/297/Domestic-Relations|
|Westmoreland County||Westmoreland County, PA Domestic Relations Section||2 North Main Street, Suite 302, Greensburg, PA firstname.lastname@example.org||1(724) 830-3200||https://www.co.westmoreland.pa.us/193/Domestic-Relations|
|Wyoming County||Wyoming County, PA Domestic Relations Section||819 Hunter Highway, Suite 2, Tunkhannock, PA 18657||N/A||1(570) 836-8645||https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws/CSWS_controller.aspx?SelectionId=99&PageId=CSWS/dro_information.ascx&CountyID=66|
|York County||York County, PA Domestic Relations Section||45 N. George Street, Suite 2100, York, PA 17401||N/A||1(717) 771-9605||https://yorkcountypa.gov/courts-criminal-justice/court-courtrelated-offices/domestic-relations.html|