No, only the biological parent is responsible for supporting his or her child/children.
Such a move will not change the amount of support owed. Illinois will likely ask Tennessee to register the support order.
The ascertained amount after determining all available evidence.
In general, 20% of the amount ordered for current support.
Your age, your sex and your amount of activity.
... affect ... Child support is considered income for purposes of determining eligibility for food stamps [SNAP] and Medicaid. However, receipt of either should have no effect on the amount of one's child support, whether one is the obligor or obligee.
Any amount in excess of the the court ordered child support.
Depends on the jurisdiction; in Illinois, it's a percentage of the amount of current support (generally, 20%).
The monthly amount paid for child support varies greatly based on a number of factors. There really isn't an "average" amount; the supporting parent's financial and employment situations are key determining factors.
Yes. All income and/or assets received by the obligated parent will factor into establishing the amount of support granted.
If the past-due amount exceeds the current threshold, yes.
Social Security is income for purposes of determining amount of child support.