What do I bring with me when I want to open a support case?
To assist Domestic Relations (DRS) employees at the time you file for support, you should bring as much of the following information and documents:
  • A valid form of photo identification (i.e., PA driver’s license; work ID; PA DHS ID, etc.)
  • Any health insurance cards
  • Birth certificates for yourself and any children
  • Information regarding your address and employment
  • Social Security cards for yourself and any children
*If you filed electronically, you should bring the documents listed above at the time of your scheduled conference.

Please bring as much of the following information regarding the person you are filing against for support:
  • Address, employer, and telephone numbers
  • Full name, Social Security number, and date of birth
  • Other information you may have which will help DRS locate this person
  • Physical description (height, weight, hair color, eye color, etc.)

Defendant Data Information Form

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1. What is support?
2. How do I start a support action in DRS?
3. What do I bring with me when I want to open a support case?
4. What happens during a support conference?
5. What is a recommended order?
6. Can a support order be modified?
7. How are payments made under a support order?
8. What fees are charged?
9. What services are available to the plaintiff / obligee?
10. What services are available to the defendant / obligor?
11. What if the defendant / obligor does not live in Lancaster County?
12. How do I contact Lancaster County Domestic Relations?
13. Do you have interpreters available?
14. Can I participate in the conference / hearing by telephone?
15. How Do I get certification of overdue support obligations?