Domestic Relations - Director's Message - Family Violence - Available Services - Support Conferences - Paying Support - Receiving Support - Enforcement Action - Court Hearings - Bench Warrants - Contact Information - Frequently Asked Questions - Case Information - www.childsupport.state.pa.us
The key to managing your support case easily and effectively.
An Officer of the Day is available from 8 am to 4:45 pm to speak to parties regarding their cases. No appointment necessary.
|To access account information, have your PACSES case number ready |
A Client Service Unit is available from 8 am to 4:45 pm at 215-340-8068 to answer telephone questions from parties regarding their cases. The Client Services Unit can also be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A computer automated system is accessible 24-hours/day at 1-877-727-7238. Hearing impaired number is 1-877-676-9582.
|Always keep contact |
The state provides a secure website www.childsupport.state.pa.us for plaintiffs and defendants to update address and employer information, view payment history, account balances and docket entries, and receive e-reminders for scheduled appointments. Employers can update address information and view a list of employees under wage attachment.
The Bristol Office, 1240 Veterans Highway, Bristol is available from 8 am to 4:45 pm to obtain petitioning forms, request enforcement, and ask questions regarding support cases.
|BCDRS Goal is to increase compliance and parental involvement through education. |
Bucks County Domestic Relations offers REACH OUT, a free course providing information to the public, to better understand how support orders are established and enforced.
Ask about scheduled classes or contact the Bucks County Domestic Relations PACSES Administrator at 215-340-8068 to schedule a presentation for your agency or organization.
|Bucks County Domestic Relations staff are not permitted to give legal advice or discuss cases outside the courtroom or hearing room. |