- Domestic Relations
- Support Information
The Domestic Relations Section of the Butler County Family Court is responsible for establishing support orders and for seeing that those orders are enforced.
As an easy way to submit information to the Domestic Relations Section, the Pennsylvania Child Support Program created E-Services.
E-Services can be used by parents, caretakers/custodians, and attorneys who want to:
- Receive child support and/or spousal support
- Modify an existing support obligation (child, spouse or APL only)
- Pay child support and/or spousal support
- Receive overpayments on active or terminated cases
Visit the Pennsylvania Child Support website for more information about E-Services or to apply for services online.
Income & Expense Statements
The following Income and Expense Statements can be printed, completed and given to the Conference Officer at the time of your conference:
Helpful Support Information
For answers to frequently asked questions about Domestic Relations and its services, please review the following brochures:
- Client Services (PDF) - A general overview of support services provided by the Domestic Relations Section.
- Disabled Defendants (PDF) - Information for defendants who are disabled and/or applying for Disability.
- Enforcement (PDF) - The main responsibility of the Domestic Relations Enforcement Department is to ensure that the terms of the Court Order are met.
- Intergovernmental Services (PDF) - Specific paperwork and rules have been established for filing for services to a jurisdiction outside of Butler County.
- Medical (PDF) - Butler County Domestic Relations Medical Reimbursement Procedures and forms.
- Miscellaneous Unreimbursed Expenses (PDF) - Provides procedures and the verification form needed to submit miscellaneous unreimbursed expenses.
- Supplemental Information (PDF) - View Butler County's supplemental information to the Pennsylvania Child Support handbook.