SSD for child of disabled parent


#1

Please see my response to your previous question on this issue.

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#2

I have to fill out a form year that The Social Secuirty Administration sends me that ask me to account of money received by my depends that receive SSDI because I ( the parent) am disabled.

In the Child Support Guidelines Commentary under Income, the following is listed as instructions for child support calculations:


#3

How does SSDI play a role in a Child Support Modification? I was recently approved for SSDI and my case is going up for a modification. I only received my findings, not the income yet. My income from SSDI will be $1096 per month yet I’m being computed at minimum wage already, will that change or stay the same?

Any information that will prepare me for no surprises would be helpful.
thank you.


#4

You should no longer have income imputed to you if SSD came through. The amount of SSD is attributed to you as income, and any benefit awarded for the benefit of the child are deducted from your obligation.


#5

If I’m CP then his CS order will go down by that amount?

Also does that mean the income imputed for me is my actual SSDI amount?


#6

Support will be calculated using SSD (amount received by him) as his income, the amount you receive for the children will be subtracted from his obligation.

If income is imputed to you that will remain the same.