If there was a court order of support which seems apparent since social services is involved, then the action is valid. Probably the only option is for the defendant to obtain legal advice or preferably retain legal counsel as soon as possible. This appears to be a case of public assistance (welfare) fraud which is a very serious matter. If the defendant cannot afford private counsel they should contact the office of the clerk of the court where the suit originated for a list of attorneys who offer pro bono or minimal fee services.
SSI, yes; TANF, yes if the amount of child support is less than the State's payment level; SNAP (food stamps), yes; Medicaid, yes. (Child support is considered income for SNAP and Medicaid.)
In Michigan we adopted an infant girl that was on medicaid and so was the birth mother, we didn't have to pay back medicaid. We adopted her through the foster parent program, and yes we did take her home from the hospital after her birth.
Call the number on the back of your Medicaid Card - Tell them you need transportation! Call the number on the back of your mother's Medicaid Card for transportation and qualifications Contact the AOA and inquire if your mother meets the qualifications for PDA Waiver. Also contact Medical assistance transportation program in your county to obtain available services for seniors and special needs transportation. You can get more information on that here www.sdslane.org/medtransp.html
If the mother is receiving any kind of assisstanse, yes, they will open child support case and pursue it.
yes, he always should pay child support because she is his child.
his mother always goes to concerts with him, just to support him while he is on stage
Yes, Medicaid can get money from the sale of the home even if your mother was not on the deed. As long as she and your father were legally married, then Medicaid can go after the property to repay the money Medicaid spent for her care. Medicaid will not, however, kick your father out or take more money than they spent on your mother.
No, not at all.
The mother must petition for child support.The mother must petition for child support.The mother must petition for child support.The mother must petition for child support.
That depends on the state. .
Medicaid should come relatively fast after signing up for it. If you have not received notification of Medicaid starting, then it is best to call the help line, or visit the office that you signed up for Medicaid in.
I suggest your mother apply for Medicaid with her State agency. She will have to show proof of Medicaid/AARP insurance and income/assets.
If the mother doesn't seek a child support order no one will make the father pay. However, keep in mind that the mother can always change her mind and get back child support in the future. If the child and/or mother are receiving any state assistance the father will be required to pay child support.Fathers are responsible for supporting their children. If the mother doesn't need the child support then she should put it in the bank for the child's collegeeducation.
Depending on other assets your mother has, if any, Medicaid might require her to apply some or all of the inheritance toward her medical care, including the nursing home. Therefore, she might lose her Medicaid coverage temporarily, by going into "spend down." She should not have to re-apply and/or re-establish her Medicaid eligibility.
Probably to the County Social Services Dept. if the kid(s) are in foster homes.
If the teen is not living with her parents, she and the child should be able to qualify on her own. If they are living with her parents, Medicaid will probably look at the entire family's income and resources.
A custodial parent may always file a claim for child support, but there might be a limit on the amount of retroactive support ordered.
There is no time limit on when Medicaid can come after a car that your mother had left. Even if she died almost two years ago, the state could still ask for repayment.
Yes, but you need to be the child's legal guardian. I am raising my two grandkids. Their mother does not live in my house. I collect child support from my ex son-in-law for his and my daughters 2 children. I went to the Department of Human Services with a copy of my custody paper and they set it up so that I get the support payments from him. My daughter however, does not pay support to us. I think the state is just now going after her for support. But, yes it can be done. Check with your local Department of Human Services, or whatever the equivalent is in your area. Good luck.
This will be difficult to prove unless the children are obviously neglected, in which case the remedy would be through child protective services.
no it goes to the mother.
The mother needs to notify her area's child support enforcement agency to get the ball rolling. To speak with someone about child support enforcement-related services, call toll-free 866-313-9960.
Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order.Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order.Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order.Yes. The mother should request a temporary child support order.
Because your mother is no longer an owner, I don't see how Medicaid could file a lien or estate claim involving the home. However, if your mother received little or no money in this transaction, the situation you describe sounds like a non-allowable transfer of assets, which might result in your mother losing eligibility for nursing home care for a period of time (but not for other types of medical care).