2010 Pennsylvania Code
Title 23 - DOMESTIC RELATIONS
Chapter 72 - Jurisdiction
7206 - Enforcement and modification of support order by tribunal having continuing jurisdiction.
§ 7206. Enforcement and modification of support order by tribunal having continuing jurisdiction. (a) Initiating tribunal.--A tribunal of this State may serve as an initiating tribunal to request a tribunal of another state to enforce or modify a support order issued in that state. (b) Responding tribunal.--A tribunal of this State having continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over a support order may act as a responding tribunal to enforce or modify the order. If a party subject to the continuing, exclusive jurisdiction of the tribunal no longer resides in the issuing state, in subsequent proceedings, the tribunal may apply section 7316 (relating to special rules of evidence and procedure) to receive evidence from another state and section 7318 (relating to assistance with discovery) to obtain discovery through a tribunal of another state. (c) Lack of jurisdiction.--A tribunal of this State which lacks continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over a spousal support order may not serve as a responding tribunal to modify a spousal support order of another state.
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