No. Your benefits are calculated individually and do not change when your spouse begins receiving his or her benefits.
No. The Social Security Agency determines who is eligible benefits of any type and likewise the SSA decides when a person becomes ineligible.
Temporary Alimony is spousal support that is paid during a separation but before the divorce becomes final. This type of alimony may ultimately be continued after the divorce but not necessarily. In some cases, the alimony stops altogether when the divorce becomes final.
Social Security Benefits are paid based on their Social Security number. The younger parent will have to wait until she becomes of age to collect her own benefits.
How do I stop the payments now?
Most likely, yes. Alimony can be terminated automatically by certain conditions such as when the person receiving spousal support: * dies * remarries * cohabitates (moves in with a lover) * becomes self supporting
The ability of the entity to pay it's creditors when the payments becomes mature on time.
There isn't a dedicated person after that.
The state will usually terminate the child support payments. If they have no, you may need to contact a lawyer.
Whether a car is drivable by the owner or anyone else is typically irrelevant to the company that loaned the owner the money to purchase the car. Once payments stop coming in, the company will often make one or two attempts to contact the owner, then repossess the vehicle under the terms of the security agreement.
When an animal species' numbers drop to levels that the population has problems sustaining itself, then it becomes eligible for listing.