What is a recommended order?
A recommendation is prepared by the CO following a conference if no agreement for support was reached. The conference officer will write a summary of the facts of the case and recommend an appropriate support order (or other disposition) to the court. The assigned family court judge will review the summary and determine whether to approve what has been recommended. Copies of the summary and any order entered by the court will be mailed to the parties and any attorneys. Either party has 20 days from mailing of the recommended order to request a hearing before the Court.

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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?