Do you still pay child support if you are on food stamps?
X wife in the army that does not support her children There is no child support ordered in the divorce papers but i on food stamps and laid off work Is she suspposed to support as long as she is in ar?
Why cant a mother sue the father for child support if she got food stamps and government assistance when the he was a child?
If there was an order in place, it's enforceable - there's no statute of limitations on collecting past-due child support. However, the State will intervene in order to be reimbursed for assistance issued (but not food stamps). If no order was ever entered, it's too late now unless the child is severely handicapped.
No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father. No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father. No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to be reimbursed by the father. No. If the state is providing support for the child it has the right to…
I live in Indiana, and I know they keep child support to pay back TANF (welfare) In some instances Medicaid as well. Every state might be different. In my state regardless of how much child support a person gets they only receive the first $50 if they get a welfare check and the rest goes to the state. They wont take it for food stamps.
You pay child support for your child and your husband is out of work and is unable to pay child support to his children. are you eligible for food stamps?
If the child support is regular, then it is a good basis for you to find employment--which is way better in the long run. You probably will still qualify for some food stamps, child care and other benefits. In Washington, there apparently is a sliding scale as to how much of the child support the state keeps while you are on welfare. Check in with an agency resource for the exact information.
Not to that parent. Any money must go to Welfare, so contact child support enforcement to get the money diverted. If you're paying without a court order, those are not considered child support. see links below Recipients of food stamps (now SNAP) and Medicaid do not assign their child support rights to the State - this happens only for recipients of cash assistance. In any case, do not give money directly to the custodial parent/obligee…
Can a child collect P.A. Food Stamps cash assitance Medicaid and SSI in New York if child support is paid?
What do you do you signed over your food stamps in1997 to your mother for a couple of months not your kids and now my child support checks come in her name?
A woman gets temporary guardianship of her sister's child and all she gets is a TANF check for her. Can she also get food stamps and child support from the biological parents?
Generally speaking, a TANF (Temporary Assistance For Needy Families- US) check is issued to a parent who cannot locate their child's noncustodial parent. The noncustodial parent must repay the amount of TANF checks that were issued. In any case, the woman can get food stamps from the state for the child if she has proof of temporary guardianship. She can get child support accordingly through the court that issued the temporary guardianship order.
It depends upon what the felony is for. Most felons can get food stamps. The exception is drug felons - some drug felons can, and some can't get food stamps. In most cases, if the felony was for simple possession, you are still eligible for food stamps. If it was for sales or transportation, you are disqualified.
Child support should go towards support of the child, such as: diapers, clothing, food, medicine, furniture, toys, entertainment and so on. Child support is simply a non-custodial parent's financial share of supporting a child that they would normally spend if they were still in the home. It is not a penalty. It is a responsibility.
Its very hard. Most government agencies require you to prove that your paying your child support before they will help you with food stamps/Medicare and so on. Yet they won't count your child support as a deduction. I pay 173 a week and only make 12.12 an hr. I bring home a little under 1200 a month. Its really hard and and takes a lot of money management. But it can be done.
Visitation rights and child support are two separate issues. Regardless if you see the child or not she will still need food and clothes etc. It's not something you pay just so you get to see her. That also means that if you one day are down on your luck and absolutely can not pay child support you can still have right to see her. The child has right to both parents. Even if you…
You cannot put yourself on child support. Child support is for adults who can no longer financially take care of their kids (meaning, they don't have the money to buy food for the kid or other necessities), so they can apply for child support. Only the adult can apply for child support, the child cannot apply for child support.
Absolutely! I am a single mom. What you need to do first is contact the Family and Domestic Relations Division of the court system for the county in which you reside and ask to file a complaint for child support. If you are getting food stamps/medicaid or welfare this should be done automatically when you apply for these services. Even if you dont get public aid you entitled to receive child support but youll need…
Does a father still have to pay child support after a 16 year old has a baby and receives her own welfare for herself and her baby?
They give her welfare so she can support her child just like you have to support yours along with her mother. If she was not on welfare and without a job no one would support her child. So yes, until she is emancipated you have to provide for your child. I doubt they give her enough to pay rent, food, clothes, electrical bill etc that your money goes to.