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When does child support end?

As discussed previously on this blog, the Pennsylvania resident with primary custody of their children will most likely receive child support from the other parent. One of the reasons regular child support payments are so important is because it allows the custodial parent to create a schedule and routine around it. For example, extracurricular activities or childcare services can be scheduled based on knowing how much one is going to receive and when. Therefore, not knowing when such important payments are going to be terminated can cause instability in one's life.

Factors to consider in child support calculations

Raising a child in today's tough economic times can be financially stressful for many parents. Daily expenses add up, not including the costs of extracurricular activities, doctor's visits and school events. Where a couple living together as a unit can manage their time and budget so that either both are working or one individual's salary can cover all the expenses, this changes after the couple separates. One parent, often the custodial parent, is left trying to cover most of the child's expenses.

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