No. 220 Harrisburg 1983, Appeal from the Order entered in the Court of Common Pleas of York County, Civil, No. 1727 Support Action, 1982.
Allen H. Smith, York, for appellant.
John D. Miller, Jr., York, for appellee.
Wickersham, Del Sole and Montemuro, JJ.
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This is an appeal from an order entered in a support action in the Court of Common Pleas of York County.
The text of the order is somewhat unusual, therefore, we have included it in full below:
In this case, the specific Order of the Court is that this Defendant shall promptly stop his business and start looking for work full-time. He is to fill out the job search forms supplied by the Domestic Relations Office, and comply with that office in every respect in that connection.
We would like a status report two months from today. We would also like, when available, and we understand that will be in the next week or so, the Defendant's 1982 income tax return. We want to make it crystal clear that if this Defendant fails to comply with this Order, we are going to pick him up on an Attachment and incarcerate him.
[ 325 Pa. Super. Page 538]
We direct that a copy of this Order be sent to the Department of Public Assistance.*fn1
Appellant father and appellee mother were married in 1978, and are the parents of two minor children. The parties separated in November of 1982.
Appellee and the children are currently receiving Public Assistance in the amount of $206 per month. Appellant presently works in his own business and has done so since August, 1982. He is drawing about $60 per week out of the ...