Coronavirus Information for Domestic Relations Clients
- The Domestic Relations Office is open
- If you have business with the office please come alone or with your attorney. You and your attorney will be the only people permitted passed security.
- All conferences will be conducted as scheduled, however, we ask that you contact the office prior to coming in. At this time we prefer to conduct conferences via telephone.
- If you wish to file a petition for modification,
- Call the office and request a Petition for Modification be mailed to you or
- Visit the child support website @ https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws and follow the instructions to file the petition for modification through E-services. Or, you may print the petition for modification form, complete it, and mail it to the Domestic Relations Office, 22 East Main St, Uniontown Pa 15401
- If you wish to file a new Complaint for Support, you may do so by visiting https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us/csws and selecting Request Support Services.
Our mission is to serve the public by providing child and spousal support services as authorized by federal and state law as well as local rules of court.
We will establish, modify and enforce orders of support and provide support collection services children and families in an effective and efficient manner. We will also establish paternity for children born out of wedlock.
We will perform our duties with professionalism and treat our clients with dignity and respect.
The Domestic Relations Office is a division of the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas. The Domestic Relations Office is primarily responsible for working with families to establish paternity and to establish and enforce support orders.
The employees of the Domestic Relations Office are trained to provide clients with information concerning support. The employees of the Domestic Relations Office are not permitted or licensed to provide legal advice on your case.
Please use the following link to register and then request a child support service.
If it is at all possible, please do not bring your child(ren) to conferences, hearings or any other appointments with this office unless the child in question is a part of a paternity action and DNA testing may need to be performed.