The portion of PA’s Support Act known as the “filial support law” is still the law in Pennsylvania, despite the disharmony it can cause a family. It will continue to be used as a collection method for nursing homes, health care providers, and family members who are footing the bill for home care or nursing home expenses. What you should know…..
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DUTY OF CHILD SUPPORT Pennsylvania law typically requires the parents of a son or daughter to provide support to their child at least until he or she is 18 years old and graduates from high school. The law presumes that parents living together are financially supporting their children. But what happens when the parents are […]
Pennsylvania has had some form of law on its books imposing a duty upon a child to support indigent parents since 1771. Previously these laws were part of Pennsylvania’s Welfare Laws, but since July, 2005 they have been part of its Support Laws. These types of laws are known as “filial support laws” and in […]
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