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How much of your back ssdi pay will be taken for back chuld support?
I receive $800. prmonth, child support is garnishing $500. pr. Month How do I reduce the garnishments
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yes, based on his ability to pay
Pay up your arrears before applying. The military does not allow late child support.
Answer . legally yes. if a parent is on ssi or ssdi and does not have a job he or she will not have to pay child support.
Yes. If you have been determined to be the father the court can assess back child support depending on state laws. The mother may have been recently made aware that she is ent…itled to child support. The court will render a decision.
If you applied for benefits and are awaiting back pay, it will amount to the accumulation dating back to when you first applied for benefits X's your determined benefit …amount.
Every State's laws are different for child support issues, although Federal Law allows one State's court order to be enforced across state lines. First-time non-compliance G…enerally speaking, most courts give the parent who's ordered to pay support some 'good faith' time to remit the current payment due. Some states give up to 2 months for the support-parent to make the first missed payment. Then, typically, if the case is handled by an Enforcement office, the enforcement officer sends a letter stating the obvious (You are in arrears) with the dollar amount and due date. If the support-parent fails to respond, the Enforcement office turns it over to the Court. The Court issues a demand to appear in front of the Judge. If the person appears, he or she may get nothing more than a threat of jail, but the Judge's order should not be taken lightly because if non-compliance continues, penalties become more than threats. Chronic non-compliance Courts often seem to have the hands and feet hobbled (e.g. tied like farmers hobble a animal). They must motivate a support-parent to get employment, stay employed, pay the money, pay on-time, or-- all of the above. Courts don't like to put non-paying parents in jail (although it IS an option) because the theory is, if a parent is not working it's hard to pay support. So they try to enforce orders without jail-time. However, since non-support affects the lives of children and because courts detest "contempt", Judges will issue a bench warrant to appear in order to put some weight behind what's in a letter or court order. Judges do issue arrest warrants when non-payment becomes a chronic issue. A sherrif, usually, is sent to pick up the "offender" and bring the person to the Judge. The Court can then order the person directly into jail... or make a different ruling depending on what the "defendant" has to say. Judges also have the authority to order a person to live in a half-way house until the defendant gets a job and makes consistent payments. If you are a support-parent and have trouble making a payment, communication is crucial. Contact everyone involved about your situation. However, remember, every day you don't pay hurts your kids. Payment has nothing to with visitation; your kids must eat regardless. Non-payment is inappropriate to "get back" at an ex-spouse or ex-lover; the custodial parent's main concern is feeding and clothing the children, which is what support helps to do. If you are the custodial parent facing lack of checks, make sure you notify the right people as soon as you have given enough time for payment to arrive. Enforcement offices use guidelines about "late" payments, so you may have to wait 30-90 days before they act. That doesn't mean the support-parent has gotten away with anything, because the Judge is still the person in control. Sadly, every day, children suffer because the non-custodial parent refuses or neglects to support the children.
about $10000 gig :)
By paying it. see link
You can still be liable while underage. It depends on wether the other parent needs said support & you should test for paternity-not take someone's word for it.
Yes. Wrong! The only time some one pays "Back Child support" is if the work and do not pay the correct amount from their pay checks. If a person is unemployed the are n…ot liabel for child support. It is the same as if a mother is not working: she can get welfare and she does not have to pay back the money.
If you sign your parental rights over and then regain them back do you have to pay back child support?
Terminating parental rights doesn't terminate one's child support obligation.
Uh, pay the child support or back taxes.
In such a situation the support order will remain valid and collectible. When the person is released from custody the child support enforcement division for the state will… take whatever action required to recover the monies owed. The matter of a non custodial parent being in a position where they are unable to honor a support order does not change the terms of said order. For that to happen the non custodial parent must petition the court to have the order amended or rescinded.
Unfortunately no. The process for collecting a childs portion of a Veterans Compensation payment requires to parent or gardian to apply for what is called an Apportionment. Th…ey will only begin from from the point the application is submitted. However, if the veteran did something to interfere with this process such as hiding the fact that they were getting the payments then you would have cause. You could appeal this through the VA and there is a process for that. You could take it to court but that wouldn't be the right venue. It's not up to the court to divide food stamp cards either. It would technically be illegal to the language of the law but a court judge might be willing to make a favorable ruling based on the unlikely chance a higher court would overrule them on the issue. It would not be seen as doing "major damage" since the court was not taking the veterans money or ignoring the authority of the VA to do apportionments.
Up to 18 years retroactive, depending on the state. The mother can file until te child is 18, or the child can file from 18-23 depending on the state. see link
Can I receive back pay child support from my exhusband if I am collecting social security disability. Will my income be taken away from me?
Your Social Security eligibility is not affected by your receipt of child support. One is for you; the other is for your child.
Judges have a lot of discretion about retroactive support. I would definitely raise this as a defense.