Susan J. Sacchetta’s Answers

Susan J. Sacchetta

Paoli Family Law Attorney.

Contributor Level 8
  1. Divorce

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Susan J. Sacchetta
    1 lawyer answer

    You need to post a more specific question regarding what law you are interested in obtaining information about. There are many areas that are covered under the divorce code in Pennsylvania. Is your interest about how to obtain a divorce, the procedure or what to expect?....

  2. Family law alimony payments

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Jason Kutulakis
    2. Susan J. Sacchetta
    3. Joseph A Katz
    3 lawyer answers

    The first thing you need to do is to look at the Order which put the alimony into place. Does the Order say it is non-modifiable? Does the Order indicate a duration that alimony was to be an obligation? Was the Order entered as a result of a property settlement agreement between you and your spouse or a Master/Judge's findings? In order to determine what steps will be required and whether you can modify or terminate support at all, these questions must be answered. Assuming an Order was...

  3. Child support

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Thuong-Tri Nguyen
    2. Susan J. Sacchetta
    2 lawyer answers

    While I am not an attorney in Washington, most states base child support only on your net monthly income and the mother's net monthly income. I am assuming from your question that the mother of your child is seeking support from you for a child that you fathered with her and that you currently live with your girlfriend and have no children. If these are the facts and if Washington support guidelines are like those across much of the nation, then the courts will not look to your girlfriend's...

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  4. Child custody case

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Paul E Deloughery
    2. Jefferson L Lankford
    3. Susan J. Sacchetta
    3 lawyer answers

    In Pennsylvania, and most likely in Arizona, Medical records if relevant and presented appropriately are admissible.

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  5. Visitation of a child

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Christopher M. Mcavoy
    2. Anthony John Colleluori
    3. Susan J. Sacchetta
    3 lawyer answers

    Yes, you have the right but assuming that he is currently seeing your son as a result of a Custody Order you will need to seek court intervention so that you are not violating that order. If there is immediate danger you can file an emergency petition to get you into court to seek a modification of the custody Order. If there is no court order, you should file to get one. Either way, ask that a custody evaluation take place of any member living in his household. The evaluator will need to...

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