If the parent is in prison the child is no longer considered to be in above said's custody. Unless it was an overlook by the state, the incarcerated parent should receive no benefits for the child, as those benefits are marked for use by the person or institution with physical and legal custody of the child or children.
The child does not receive support payments - the custodial parent of the child does.
Disability payments are Social Security Payments. When a person reaches full retirement age (66), the payments continue as normal, but are no longer considered disability payments. A person does not receive two payments.
No. The court's role is to distribute payments they receive from the obligors.
Yes. However, such a refusal would not change the non-custodial parent's visitation rights. It is also possible to request the non-custodial parent to place a specified amount of money into a trust or educational fund in lieu of traditional maintenance payments.
Yes, child support would continue even if the custodial parent loses his or her job and is collecting child support.
By applying to a court.
It depends on what the support order says, but payments usually continue until the child is 18.
Make sure that the courts and/or your State's child support agency knows your whereabouts. And don't forget to get the permission of the court to move.
Arrears would continue to accumulate and regular payments plus arrears would resume once released from jail.
Typically, students receive funds from a Direct Stafford Loan in _____ payments.
The involved party will need to discuss the matter with the ADA in charge of the case. If child support has been under the supervision of the state and/or there are arrearages the case will not be dismissed upon the request of the custodial parent.