Can a man not pay back child support if he is on ssi or ssid?
Answer . legally yes. if a parent is on ssi or ssdi and does not have a job he or she will not have to pay child support.
NO, not if the child is over 18 and receiving an SSI check.
Father owes child support until the child reaches the age of majority regardless of what mother's source of income is. and regardless if the mother is on ssi or ssdi she stil…l supports the child. It is always the fathers responsibility to support there child no matter the mothers income or not how ever she does it to feed , dress , put a roof over his or her head is her deal . and should not be a concern not to pay for ur child
SSI is considered to be a bare minimum amount of money to live by, it would be very unlikely for a court to order him to pay out of this minimum stipend. Even if they did the …amount would be miniscule, like a dollar or two a month at most, and from the court's perspective not worth the bother.
SSI, being a form of public assistance, cannot be garnished for child support anywhere.
What can a mother do for a child support if the father of her child is on SSI and does not have a job and does not have to pay child support?
Uh, nothing. The child might be eligible for TANF depending on your family income and other factors. SSI or SSA? SSI may be garnished for child support under federal law. S…SA may not. Also if the child's parent is disabled, they may be eligible for SSI benefits as well. This is something you may wish to check out.
An SSI beneficiary is not obligated to pay child support; however, if there is an order in place, the beneficiary will have to file a motion to have it terminated. The child m…ay be eligible for RSDI based on the obligor's SSA account; if so, that amount is considered child support. If that benefit exceeds the amount ordered for child support, the obligor does not owe any additional payment.
i just need to know the law on it
Possibly, yes. SS disability income may be garnished for child support. Supplementary security income alone may not be garnished.
SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) payments may be garnished for child support. SSI (Supplemental security income) cannot be garnished or levied.
Yes you do. SSI has nothing to do with child support obligations.
If you have been ordered to pay child support, the SSI was most likely included in the calculation. Check in with the court to find out. You may need legal help to make any ch…anges.
SSI / SSP benefits are exempt from child support enforcement activties. In the case where the obligor's ONLY source income is SSI/SSP it must be closed pursant to the close re…gulations. The support order should be set at zero before closing the case. Send a copy of your DISABILITY INSURANCE NOTICE OF AWARD to the State Department of Child Support Services / and or / Friend of the Court. See related link.
SSI are benefits to help to pay with the extra he needs due to his condition. It is not to support the child which is the parents job.