Dauphin county prothonotary

Dauphin county prothonotary DEFAULT

THE COURTS

Title 255—LOCAL
COURT RULES

DAUPHIN COUNTY

[47 Pa.B. 825]
[Saturday, February 11, 2017]

Order

And Now, this 26th day of January 2017, Dauphin County Local Rules 1910.11.1, 1915.15(c), 1920.1, and 1920.43 are amended as follows:

Rule 1910.11.1.

 The Educational Parenting Seminar Attendance Order shall be substantially in the following form:

: IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
: DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
Plaintiff :
: PACSES CASE NUMBER:
:
Defendant : DOCKET NO.

EDUCATIONAL PARENTING SEMINAR ATTENDANCE ORDER

 All parties are ORDERED to attend a four hour educational parenting seminar (Seminar) and file the Certificate of Attendance you will receive at the Seminar at the Domestic Relations Office prior to your hearing before the Court.

 The Plaintiff shall attend on ______ at _____ ____M [o'clock]and the Defendant shall attend on ______ at _____ ____M [o'clock]. Any requests for rescheduling must be directed to the [Provider and will be granted only upon cause shown] provider of the Seminar and you will be required to attend the next available Seminar. (See attached [Provider brochure] information sheet for additional information).

 You MUST attend and complete the Seminar prior to your Hearing before the Court.

[Failure to attend and complete the Seminar may be considered as Contempt of Court punishable by fine and other appropriate sanctions including up to six (6) months incarceration.]

FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SEMINAR AS SCHEDULED OR FAILURE TO REGISTER AND COMPLETE THE PROGRAM WILL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE COURT AND MAY RESULT IN THE FINDING OF CONTEMPT OF COURT PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND OTHER APPROPRIATE SANCTIONS.

Rule 1915.15(c). Educational Parenting Seminar Attendance and Custody Conference Scheduling Order—Custody Complaint, Custody Count in Divorce Complaint or Petition for Modification or Petition for Contempt.

 In addition to the information required by Pa.R.C.P. 1915.15(a) or 1915.15(b), each Custody Complaint, Petition for Modification, Petition for Contempt, or custody count in a Divorce action relating to child custody shall include [a] an Educational Parenting Seminar Attendance and Custody Conference Scheduling Order in substantially the following form:

: IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
: DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
Plaintiff :
: CIVIL ACTION
: CUSTODY
:
Defendant : NO.

EDUCATIONAL PARENTING SEMINAR [ATTENDANCE]AND CUSTODY CONFERENCE SCHEDULING ORDER

 AND NOW, upon consideration of the attached Complaint, Petition for Modification or Petition for Contempt of a Custody Order, it is hereby ordered that the parties and their respective counsel appear before Custody Conference Officer ______ on ______ , 20 ____ at _____ ____M, Dauphin County Courthouse, 3rd Floor, 101 Market Street, Suite 300, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania for a Custody Conference.

 At such Conference, an effort will be made to conciliate and resolve the issues in dispute; or if this cannot be accomplished, to define and narrow the issues to be heard by the Court and to recommend an interim order pending pretrial/trial. Failure to appear may also result in an interim order being entered.

 Children should not attend the conference unless requested by the Custody Conference Officer.

 All parties are ORDERED to attend a four hour educational parenting seminar (Seminar) and file with the Prothonotary and bring with you to the Custody Conference your Seminar Certificate of Attendance you will receive at the Seminar. The Plaintiff is scheduled to attend on ______ at _____ ____M and the Defendant is scheduled to attend on ______ at _____ ____M. Any requests for rescheduling must be directed to the [Seminar Provider and will be granted only upon cause shown] provider of the Seminar and you will be required to attend the next available Seminar. (See attached information sheet regarding the Seminar).

[ATTEND THE SEMINAR MAY BE CONSIDERED AS CONTEMPT OF COURT PUNISHABLE BY FINE, OTHER APPROPRIATE SANCTIONS INCLUDING UP TO SIX (6) MONTHS INCARCERATION.] FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SEMINAR AS SCHEDULED OR FAILURE TO REGISTER AND COMPLETE THE PROGRAM WILL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE COURT AND MAY RESULT IN THE FINDING OF CONTEMPT OF COURT PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND OTHER APPROPRIATE SANCTIONS.

IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR AT THE CUSTODY CONFERENCE AS PROVIDED BY THIS ORDER, WITHOUT PROPER CAUSE SHOWN, AND THE CUSTODY CONFERENCE OFFICER IS SATISFIED THAT PROPER NOTICE OF THE ORDER SCHEDULING THE CONFERENCE HAS BEEN SERVED ON OR PROVIDED TO THAT PARTY, THE CUSTODY CONFERENCE OFFICER SHALL REFER THE MATTER TO THE COURT FOR A CONTEMPT HEARING WHICH CAN RESULT IN THE IMPOSITION OF SANCTIONS INCLUDING FINES, ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS.

 You must complete and file with the Prothonotary a Criminal or Abuse History Verification regarding you and anyone living in your household on or before ______ . The Criminal or Abuse History Verification is attached. This form is also available at www.dauphincounty.org/government/Court-Departments/Self-Help-Center.

 You must mail a copy of your Criminal or Abuse History Verification to all other parties by ______ .

 No party may make a change in the residence of any child which significantly impairs the ability of the other party to exercise custodial rights without first complying with all of the applicable provisions of 23 Pa.C.S. § 5337 and Pa.R.C.P. No. 1915.17 regarding relocation.

 If any party to this custody action is incarcerated at any stage of the proceedings, the custody conference officer or assigned judge will make reasonable efforts to arrange for the incarcerated party to participate by telephone or video conference. If you, as an incarcerated party, do not think such arrangements have been made, please contact the court administrator's office at [(717) 780-6630] (717) 780-6624 or by mail at 3rd floor, Dauphin County Courthouse, 101 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101.

If any party needs an interpreter at either the custody conference or trial, please contact the Court Administrator's office at (717) 780-6608 as soon as possible. It takes a minimum of five days to schedule an interpreter and failure to make a timely request could delay the proceedings.

FOR THE COURT:

Date ______  By _________________
 Custody Conference Officer

 YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS PAPER TO YOUR LAWYER AT ONCE.

[GO TO OR TELEPHONE THE OFFICE SET FORTH BELOW. THIS OFFICE CAN PROVIDE YOU WITH INFORMATION ABOUT HIRING A LAWYER.

IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO HIRE A LAWYER, THIS OFFICE MAY BE ABLE TO PROVIDE YOU WITH INFORMATION ABOUT AGENCIES THAT MAY OFFER LEGAL SERVICES TO ELIGIBLE PERSONS AT A REDUCED FEE OR NO FEE. IF NEEDED, YOU SHOULD CALL TODAY TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT PRIOR TO YOUR CUSTODY CONFERENCE.

DAUPHIN COUNTY LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE
213 North Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 232-7536]

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER AND WANT A LAWYER TO REPRESENT YOU, IMMEDIATELY CONTACT MIDPENN LEGAL SERVICES AT (717) 232-0581 TO OBTAIN LEGAL REPRESENTATION OR REFERRAL TO THE DAUPHIN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION LAWYER REFERRAL.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990

 The Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County is required by law to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For information about accessible facilities and reasonable accommodations available to disabled individuals having business before the court, please contact the Court Administrator's Office at [(717) 780-6630] (717) 780-6608. All arrangements must be made at least 72 hours prior to any hearing or conference.

Rule 1920.1. Form of Complaint.

 (1) In addition to the information required by Pa.R.C.P. 1920.12, each Divorce or Annulment Complaint shall contain one of the following averments:

 A. Plaintiff avers that there are no children of the parties under the age of 18.

 B. Plaintiff avers that there are children of the parties under the age of 18 and their names and ages are as follows:

 (2) A Divorce or Annulment Complaint or Counterclaim which includes a count for custody shall contain the attachments set forth in Local Rule 1915.3 and follow all other Custody action procedures.

 (3) A Divorce or Annulment Complaint which does not include a count for custody, where the parties are parents of children under the age of eighteen (18), shall include the following Educational Parenting Seminar Scheduling Order.

: IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
:DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
Plaintiff :
: CIVIL ACTION
:
Defendant : NO.

EDUCATIONAL PARENTING SEMINAR
SCHEDULING ORDER

 All parties are ORDERED to attend a four hour educational parenting seminar (Seminar) and file with the Prothonotary the Certificate of Attendance you will receive at the Seminar. The Plaintiff is scheduled to attend on ______ at  ____M [o'clock]and the Defendant is scheduled to attend on ______ at ____M [o'clock]. Any requests for rescheduling must be directed to the [Provider and will be granted only upon cause shown] provider of the Seminar and you will be required to attend the next available Seminar. (See attached [Provider brochure] information sheet for additional information).

 FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE SEMINAR AS SCHEDULED OR FAILURE TO REGISTER AND COMPLETE THE PROGRAM WILL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE COURT AND MAY RESULT IN A FINDING OF CONTEMPT OF COURT PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND OTHER APPROPRIATE SANCTIONS. [INCLUDING UP TO SIX (6) MONTHS INCARCERATION.]

 If you fail to attend this seminar, no divorce decree will be granted where there are children under the age of 18 until both parties attend the Seminar.

Rule 1920.43. Pre-Hearing Divorce Matters, Special Relief, Advance Distribution, Discovery [Issues], Post-Divorce Issues (Other than Exceptions to Master's Report).

 (a) [All]Petitions for Special Relief and motions raising pre-trial and post-divorce issues other than Exceptions to Master's Report in divorce cases [shall] may at the court's discretion be assigned to the Divorce Master.

 (b) Any Pre-Hearing or Post-Divorce Petition or Motion in a divorce matter shall comply with Dauphin County Rule 205.2(a)(3)(b) and shall include the following:

 (1) A certification by the filing party that (s)he disclosed the full text of the Petition or Motion and the Proposed Order to all parties by facsimile or electronic communication and that concurrence to both the Petition or Motion and Proposed Order has been given or denied by each party in accordance with Dauphin County Local Rule 208.2(d).

 (2) If concurrence to both the Petition or Motion and the Proposed Order is denied by any party or any party has not responded in a timely manner, the Petition or Motion shall be deemed to be contested and the moving party shall attach:

 (a) A Rule to Show Cause in accordance with Pa.R.C.P. 206.5;

 (b) A Proposed Order;

 (c) A Certificate of Service;

 (d) A Self Represented Party Entry of Appearance if unrepresented by legal counsel.

 (3) If all parties concur, the Petition or Motion shall be deemed to be uncontested and the filing party shall attach the proposed agreed Order.

 (c) If the Petition or Motion is deemed to be contested, a Rule to Show Cause shall be issued by a Family Court Judge.

 (1) When a response to the Rule to Show Cause is filed, the Court may direct the Divorce Master to address the issues in dispute. In that event, the moving party shall file an original and a copy of a Motion for Appointment of Master with the Prothonotary together with the $75.00 administrative fee in accordance with Dauphin County Rule 1920.51.

 (2) The Prothonotary shall promptly forward the Motion for Appointment of Master to the Court Administrator's Office. A Family Court Judge will appoint the Divorce Master to hear the Pre-Hearing matter.

 (3) The Divorce Master will schedule a Pre-Hearing Conference.

 (4) If an agreement is reached at the Pre-Hearing Conference, the Divorce Master shall file a Memorandum memorializing the agreement with the Prothonotary and shall forward the agreed Order to a Family Court Judge for review.

 (5) If an agreement is not reached at the Pre-Hearing Conference, the Divorce Master shall schedule a hearing.

 (6) Following the hearing, The Divorce Master shall file with the Prothonotary a Report and Recommendation and Proposed Order regarding the Pre-Hearing matter within ten (10) days from the date of the hearing. A copy of the Report and Recommendation and Proposed Order shall be mailed to all parties.

 (7) The Prothonotary shall promptly forward the Report and Recommendation and Proposed Order to the Court Administrator's Office for assignment to a Family Court Judge to issue an Order.

 (8) Within ten (10) days from the date of the Court Order, for good cause shown, e.g. immediate irreparable harm or other extraordinary circumstances, a party may petition the Court to reconsider the Order.

(d) At any point after the Divorce Complaint has been filed, a party may request the appointment of the master to address discovery by filing an original and a copy of a Motion for Appointment of Master with the Prothonotary together with the $75.00 administrative fee in accordance with Dauphin County Local Rule 1920.51.

 These amendments shall be effective thirty (30) days from date of publication.

By the Court

RICHARD A. LEWIS, 
President Judge

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 17-227. Filed for public inspection February 10, 2017, 9:00 a.m.]


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Prothonotaries

Adams County
Beverly Boyd
Adams County Courthouse
117 Baltimore Street, Room 104
Gettysburg, PA 17325 phone: 717-337-9834
fax: 717-334-0532 Allegheny County
Michael McGeever
Allegheny County Courthouse, Room 114
436 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219 phone: 412-350-4200
fax: 412-350-5260 Armstrong County
Brenda C. George
Armstrong County Courthouse
500 East Market Street, Suite 103
Kittanning, PA 16201 phone: 724-548-3251
fax: 724-548-3351 Beaver County
Michael Rossi
Beaver County Courthouse
810 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009 phone: 724-770-4570
fax: 724-728-3360 Bedford County
Sheri Lowery
Bedford County Courthouse
200 South Juliana Street
Bedford, PA 15522 phone: 814-623-4833
fax: 814-623-4831 Berks County
Jonathan K. Del Collo
Berks County Courthouse
633 Court Street, Second Floor
Reading, PA 19601 phone: 610-478-6970
fax: 610-478-6969 Blair County
Robin G. Patton
Blair County Courthouse
423 Allegheny Street
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648 phone: 814-693-3080
fax: 814-317-1600 Bradford County
Dawn I. Close
Bradford County Courthouse
301 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848 phone: 570-265-1705
fax: 570-265-1735 Bucks County
Judi Reiss
Bucks County Justice Center
100 North Main Street
Doylestown, PA 18901 phone: 215-348-6191
fax: 215-348-6184 Butler County
Kelly L. Ferrari
Butler County Courthouse
300 South Main Street
PO Box 1208
Butler, PA 16003 phone: 724-284-5214
fax: 724-284-0011 Cambria County
Lisa Pudliner Crynock
Cambria County Courthouse
200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931 phone: 814-472-1638
fax: 814-472-5632 Cameron County
Mary Grace Olay
Cameron County Courthouse
20 East Fifth Street
Emporium, PA 15834 phone: 814-486-3349
fax: 814-486-0464 Carbon County
Kayla Semmel
Carbon County Courthouse
Prothonotary's Office
4 Broadway
PO Box 130
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229 phone: 570-325-2481
fax: 570-325-8047 Centre County
Jeremy S. Breon
Centre County Courthouse
102 South Allegheny Street
Bellefonte, PA 16823 phone: 814-355-6796
fax: 814-355-8686 Chester County
Debbie Bookman
Chester County Justice Center
201 West Market Street, Suite 1425
PO Box 2746
West Chester, PA 19380 phone: 610-344-6300
fax: 610-344-5903 Clarion County
Jeffery A. Himes
Clarion County Courthouse
421 Main Street
Clarion, PA 16214 phone: 814-226-1119
fax: 814-227-2501 Clearfield County
Brian K. Spencer
Clearfield County Courthouse
230 East Market Street
PO Box 549
Clearfield, PA 16830 phone: 814-765-2641
fax: 814-765-7659 Clinton County
Cindy Love
Clinton County Courthouse
230 East Water Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745 phone: 570-893-4007
fax: 570-893-4288 Columbia County
Barbara N. Silvetti
Columbia County Courthouse
35 West Main Street
PO Box 380
Bloomsburg, PA 17815 phone: 570-389-5614
fax: 570-389-5620 Crawford County
Emmy Arnett
Crawford County Judicial Center
359 East Center Street
Meadville, PA 16335 phone: 814-333-7324
fax: 814-337-5416 Cumberland County
Dale Sabadish
Cumberland County Courthouse
1 Courthouse Square
Carlisle, PA 17013 phone: 717-240-6195
fax: 717-240-6573 Dauphin County
Matthew Krupp
Dauphin County Courthouse
101 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101 phone: 717-780-6520
fax: 717-780-6477 Delaware County
Mary J. Walk
Office of Judicial Support
Government Center Building
201 West Front Street
Media, PA 19063 phone: 610-891-4224
fax:  Elk County
Susanne Straub Schneider
Elk County Courthouse
240 Main Street
PO Box 237
Ridgway, PA 15853 phone: 814-776-5343
fax: 814-776-5303 Erie County
Kenneth J. Gamble
Erie County Courthouse
140 West Sixth Street
Erie, PA 16501 phone: 814-451-6213
fax:  Fayette County
Nina Frankhouser
Fayette County Courthouse
61 East Main Street
Uniontown, PA 15401 phone: 724-430-1272
fax: 724-430-4555 Forest County
Dawn M. Millin
Forest County Courthouse
526 Elm Street, # 2
Tionesta, PA 16353 phone: 814-755-3526
fax: 814-755-8837 Franklin County
Timothy S. Sponseller
Franklin County Courthouse
157 Lincoln Way East
Chambersburg, PA 17201 phone: 717-261-3858
fax: 717-264-6772 Fulton County
Patty Suders Fix
Fulton County Courthouse
201 North Second Street
McConnellsburg, PA 17233 phone: 717-485-4212
fax: 717-485-5568 Greene County
Susan K. White
Greene County Courthouse
10 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370 phone: 724-852-5289
fax: 724-852-5353 Huntingdon County
Kay Coons
Huntingdon County Courthouse
223 Penn Street
PO Box 39
Huntingdon, PA 16652 phone: 814-643-1610
fax: 814-643-4271 Indiana County
Randy Degenkolb
Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701 phone: 724-465-3855
fax: 724-465-3968 Jefferson County
Tonya S. Geist
Jefferson County Courthouse
200 Main Street
Brookville, PA 15825 phone: 814-849-1606
fax: 814-849-1625 Juniata County
Lori A. Ferry
Juniata County Courthouse
Bridge & Main Streets
PO Box 68
Mifflintown, PA 17059 phone: 717-436-7715
fax: 717-436-7734 Lackawanna County
Mauri Kelly
Lackawanna County Courthouse
200 North Washington Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503 phone: 570-963-6723
fax: 570-963-6387 Lancaster County
Andrew E. Spade
Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
PO Box 83480
Lancaster, PA 17608 phone: 717-299-8282
fax: 717-293-7210 Lawrence County
Jodi Klabon-Esoldo
Lawrence County Government Center
430 Court Street
New Castle, PA 16101 phone: 724-656-2143
fax: 724-656-1988 Lebanon County
Barbara A. Smith
Lebanon County Municipal Building
400 South Eighth Street
Lebanon, PA 17042 phone: 717-228-4418
fax: 717-228-4467 Lehigh County
Andrea E. Naugle
Lehigh County Courthouse
455 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18101 phone: 610-782-3148*
fax: 610-871-2895 Luzerne County
James Haddock
Luzerne County Courthouse
200 North River Street
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 phone: 570-825-1745
fax:  Luzerne County
Joan Hoggarth
Luzerne County Courthouse
20 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 phone: 570-825-1672
fax: 570-826-0869 Lycoming County
Thomas D. Heap
Lycoming County Courthouse
48 West Third Street
Williamsport, PA 17701 phone: 570-327-2256
fax: 570-327-2505 McKean County
Laura L. Isadore
McKean County Courthouse
500 West Main Street
Smethport, PA 16749 phone: 814-887-3270
fax: 814-887-3219 Mercer County
Ruth A. Bice
105 Mercer County Courthouse
103 North Diamond Street
Mercer, PA 16137 phone: 724-662-7561
fax: 724-662-2021 Mifflin County
Tammy Stuck
Mifflin County Courthouse
20 North Wayne Street
Lewistown, PA 17044 phone: 717-248-8146
fax: 717-248-5275 Monroe County
George J. Warden
Monroe County Courthouse
610 Monroe Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360 phone: 570-517-3390
fax: 570-420-3582 Montgomery County
Noah Marlier
Montgomery County Courthouse
PO Box 311
Norristown, PA 19404 phone: 610-278-3360
fax: 610-278-5994 Montour County
Susan M. Kauwell
Montour County Courthouse
253 Mill Street
Danville, PA 17821 phone: 570-271-3010
fax: 570-271-3089 Northampton County
Holly Ruggiero
Northampton County Government Center
669 Washington Street
Easton, PA 18042 phone: 610-559-3060
fax: 610-559-3710 Northumberland County
Jamie Saleski
Northumberland County Courthouse
201 Market Street
Sunbury, PA 17801 phone: 570-988-4148
fax: 570-988-4153 Perry County
Zoe Burd
Perry County Courthouse
PO Box 325
New Bloomfield, PA 17068 phone: 717-582-2131
fax: 717-582-5167 Philadelphia County
Eric Feder
Philadelphia City Hall
284 City Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19107 phone: 215-686-6652
fax:  Pike County
Denise Fitzpatrick
Pike County Courthouse
412 Broad Street
Milford, PA 18337 phone: 570-296-7231
fax: 570-296-1931 Potter County
Kathy Schroeder
Potter County Courthouse
One East Second Street, Room 23
Coudersport, PA 16915 phone: 814-274-9740
fax: 814-274-3361 Schuylkill County
Bridget Miller
Schuylkill County Courthouse
401 North Second Street
Pottsville, PA 17901 phone: 570-628-1270
fax: 570-628-1261 Snyder County
Stephanie Wolf
Snyder County Courthouse
9 West Market Street
PO Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842 phone: 570-837-4202
fax: 570-837-4275 Somerset County
Angie G. Svonavec
Somerset County Courthouse
111 East Union Street, Suite 190
Somerset, PA 15501 phone: 814-445-1428
fax: 814-444-9270 Sullivan County
Kellie Carpenter
Sullivan County Courthouse
245 Muncy Street
Suite 100
Laporte, PA 18626 phone: 570-946-7351
fax: 570-946-7105 Susquehanna County
Jan Krupinski
Susquehanna County Courthouse
105 Maple Street
PO Box 218
Montrose, PA 18801 phone: 570-278-4600
fax: 570-278-9268 Tioga County
Marie Y. Seymour
Tioga County Courthouse
116 Main Street
Wellsboro, PA 16901 phone: 570-724-9281
fax: 570-724-2986 Union County
Diane Miller
Union County Courthouse
103 South Second Street
Lewisburg, PA 17837 phone: 570-524-8751
fax: 570-524-8628 Venango County
Lana Linden
Venango County Courthouse
1168 Liberty Street
Franklin, PA 16323 phone: 814-432-9577
fax: 814-432-9579 Warren County
Jennifer Phillips
Warren County Courthouse
204 Fourth Avenue
Warren, PA 16365 phone: 814-728-3440
fax: 814-728-3459 Washington County
Laura Hough
Washington County Courthouse
1 South Main Street
Washington, PA 15301 phone: 724-228-6770
fax: 724-229-5913 Wayne County
Edward G. Sandercock
Wayne County Courthouse
925 Court Street
Honesdale, PA 18431 phone: 570-253-5970
fax: 570-253-0687 Westmoreland County
Christina O'Brien
Westmoreland County Courthouse
2 North Main Street, Suite 501
Greensburg, PA 15601 phone: 724-830-3502
fax: 724-830-3517 Wyoming County
Cindy Newhart
Wyoming County Courthouse
One Courthouse Square
Tunkhannock, PA 18657 phone: 570-996-2234
fax: 570-996-0193 York County
Allison Blew
York County Judicial Center
45 North George Street
York, PA 17401 phone: 717-771-9611
fax: 717-771-4629
Sours: https://www.pacourts.us/courts/courts-of-common-pleas/prothonotaries
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Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office

The Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office is located in Dauphin, Pennsylvania. You are able to submit your US passport application at this Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office for processing. There are a total of 4 acceptance agents in in Dauphin that process passport applications.

Harrisburg Processing Time

Routine Passport Services: The usual waiting time in Harrisburg to get your passport is four (4) to eight (8) weeks for routine applications, and two (2) to four (4) weeks for expedited application from the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office.

Expedited Passport Service: Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office provides expedited passport service with a two (2) to four (4) week turnaround time in Harrisburg. This is due to the fact that the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office sends out the application for Harrisburg citizens to be processed by the National Passport Center in Philadelphia for expedited services and to New Hampshire for routine service. Harrisburg residents can obtain an expedited passport quicker than the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office by visiting any of the passport agencies below for expedited services.

Address & Phone Number

101 Market StHarrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101-2013(717) 780-6520

Handicap Accessible: No, the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office is not handicap accessible. You can review below our other passport offices in Dauphin to find a handicap accessible facility near your location.
Location & Timezone: This Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office is located in Harrisburg, and are in the EST Time Zone.
Passport Services Available:
Expedited Services Available: Yes 3 to 6 Weeks Processing Time.
Same Day Passport Services: No the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office do not process same day passport applications.
Is Photo Services Available? No, The Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office does not have the ability to take passport photos, but you would be able to get a passport photo by visiting any photo studio in Dauphin.

Disclaimer: We do our best to keep the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office hours, phone numbers and address updated but sometimes information change frequently. We suggest confirming with the Dauphin County Prothonotary's Office by calling at (717) 780-6520 for updated information.

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I called on the phone in the evening and respectfully asked .Uncle Danila, can I come to you on Saturday. Take cassettes.

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Shifting, they looked at each other, holding women's panties in their hands. Without giving her time to recover, the son-in-law quickly grabbed her wet body and threw it on the sofa that stood against the. Wall.

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Too much. - Stop. she pushed Vovan's hand, which was insolently fumbling between her legs, and pointed to Lenka, who was sleeping, on the sofa.



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