Child Support and Social Security

Can my child's father be made to pay child support if my child is receiving my Social Security benefits and no longer getting his Social Security benefits?

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February 8, 20180 found this helpful
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The father has a responsibility to take care of his child, even if he no longer lives in the home. Considering you both seem to be on Social Security, I'd check with them first. Maybe they can deduct his payment out of his monthly check before he receives it. You'd have to talk with Social Security and a lawyer to find out what your right and the right of your child are.

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February 6, 20180 found this helpful

Each case is different. You need to make an appointment with Social Security, and bring any documentation you feel necessary to prove your case.

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February 7, 20180 found this helpful

YES EVERY PARENT IS OBLIGATED TO PAY CHILDS SUPPORT.
Check with a lawyer.

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