|Dauphin County Domestic Relations||Location of absent parents; establishment of paternity for children born out of wedlock; establishment and enforcement of court orders; payment processing of court ordered support; and public assistance referral.||Dauphin||Dauphin County Domestic Relations||Dauphin County Domestic Relations|
|Domestic Relations Section of Franklin County||The Franklin County Domestic Relations Section is responsible for the administration of child / spouse support Enforcement Program which consists of: Case Initiation, Paternity Determination, Location of Absent Parents, Establishment and Modification of Support Orders, and Enforcement of Financial and Non-Financial Orders.
• Location of absent parents
• Establishment of paternity
• Establishment of support orders including medical support
• Enforcement of support orders
• Modification of support, if warrented
• Limited collection and distribution of support payments||Franklin||Domestic Relations Section of Franklin County||Franklin County Judicial Services|
|Duquesne University School of Law, Tribone Center for Clinical Legal Education - Family Law Clinic||Students in the Family Law Clinic work under the supervision of a family law attorney to represent income-qualified clients with cases involving domestic abuse, divorce settlement, child support, and child custody.
Students have opportunities to fully engage in client representation under Pennsylvania's student practice rules in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County. The clinic provides live-client experiences and teaches students the skills of interviewing, counseling, negotiation, drafting pleadings, and advocating before the court.
The Family Law Clinic assists income-qualified clients with cases involving domestic abuse, divorce settlement, conservtorships, child support, and child custody, among other family law issues.||Allegheny||Duquesne University School of Law, Tribone Center for Clinical Legal Education||Duquesne University|
|Laurel Legal Services - Cambria County||Provides free civil legal representation to low-income clients.
Cases handled include family, consumer and housing law and public benefits within program priorities. LLS assists survivors of domestic violence in Protection From Abuse actions without regard to income.||Cambria||Laurel Legal Services||Laurel Legal Services|
|Lycoming County Domestic Relations||Handles the child support process in Pennsylvania. Domestic Relations helps parents apply for child support services, acknowledgement of paternity forms, and enforce support orders. They can be contacted for domestic or family violence concerns. They also help if noncustodial parents live in a different state or country.||Lycoming||Court of Common Pleas of Lycoming County||Lycoming County Government|
|Modest Means - A Program of the York County Bar Association||Need an Attorney but don't know if you can afford one? The York County Bar Association's Modest Means program helps low-income York County families find affordable legal assistance in the areas of family law and criminal law.
Modest Means attorneys have agreed to charge reduced rates to clients referred through this program.
||York||York County Bar Association and Bar Foundation||York County Bar Association and Bar Foundation|
|Philadelphia Legal Assistance||Provides free legal services to low-income Philadelphians in areas of family violence and/or child abuse, child custody, child and spousal support and divorce. Special programs for Latina, Asian and deaf survivors of family violence and teen mothers.||Philadelphia||Philadelphia Legal Assistance - Philadelphia; Chinatown||Philadelphia Legal Assistance|
|Somerset County Government Federal Parent Locator Service||A computerized national location network and database operated by the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement of the Administration on Children and Families. The organization obtains address and employer information as well as data on child support cases in every state, compares them and returns matches to the appropriate state. The service helps state and local child enforcement agencies locate noncustodial parents and putative fathers in order to establish custody and visitation rights, establish and enforce child support obligations, investigate parental kidnapping, and process adoption or foster care cases.||Somerset||Domestic Relations Department||Somerset County Government|
|Women's Resource Center - Family Law Guide||An easy-to-read guide that covers common concerns and questions related to family law. Appendices include current resources and sample forms used throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Legal Guides cost $20.00||Delaware||Women's Resource Center - Delaware; Wayne||Women's Resource Center|
|Women's Resource Center - Family Law Legal Consultations||Family Law Legal Consultations provide low-cost 20-30 minute consultations in four locations: Wayne (1st & 3rd Wed eve of each month. 1st Mon day/month), West Chester (2nd Tues of each month), and Media (4th Tues of each month)and Norristown (2nd Fri).||Delaware||Women's Resource Center - Delaware; Wayne||Women's Resource Center|