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Read this poignant example of how a US mother has bonded with her ex-husband’s wife as they raise her teenage daughter together. Candice (pictured above) posted the message An Open Letter To My Daughter’s Stepmom on her blog Women With Worth, for Ashley Parish, who married her ex-husband, to read and since then it has gone viral around the world after being shared over 10,000 times on Facebook. Candice and Ashley now enjoy a close relationship and are grateful they’ve been able to happily rise above the circumstances. What do you think of Candice’s letter, would you be able to write such a poignant letter to someone? February 28, 2012 by jginsberg 13 Comments Social Security recipients who owe child support will soon find that their entire benefit check may be seized by state governments looking to collect past due amount.  The Associated Press reports that in March of 2013, SSA will phase out paper checks in favor of electronic payments in the form of direct deposits and prepaid debit cards. Currently federal law prevents state governments from seizing more than 65% of a Social Security benefit.  When paper checks are eliminated the entire deposit will be susceptible to seizure. In many cases the past due payments represent interest and fees and are owed to state governments who claim the funds after paying welfare benefits to the children of non-custodial parents who did not pay child support.
Should non-custodial parents be subject to 100% seizure of their Social Security benefit payments in every case.  Should a distinction be drawn between debt that relates to current child support as opposed to old support obligations.  Should SSI payments remain exempt from any garnishment? Filed Under: Child Support in the News, Offset issues, Social Security Disability Benefits and Child Support How do I Find my Ex-Spouse’s Social Security Number and Other Personal Information?
August 25, 2011 by jginsberg 3 Comments I regularly get questions from women (and some men) who think that their ex-spouse may be collecting disability benefits, but who will not cooperate when it comes to requesting auxiliary benefits for the non-custodial parent’s minor child or children. Information about Social Security claims is confidential and SSA will not release it.  How then do you find out if your ex-spouse is collecting benefits, his current address or even his Social Security number?
State court judges enforce discovery requests using the power of contempt – in other words, your ex can be incarcerated if he does not cooperate.


While using discovery to gather information about your ex-spouse is effective, it can also be expensive and may require the assistance of a private lawyer.   However, many family law courts have web sites with sample interrogatories and requests for production of documents so, in theory at least, you can engage in discovery on your own. August 4, 2010 by jginsberg 2 Comments In this second installment of my interview with Monica Hanrahan Freitag, we discuss auxiliary benefits and how family law judges deal with lump sum disability payments. July 28, 2010 by jginsberg 7 Comments This is part 1 of my interview with Monica Hanrahan Freitag, a domestic relations lawyer at the law firm of Hanrahan Freitag Family Law.  In part 1, Monica and I discuss how family law judges approach child support calculations and the special problems that arise when one or both parents are disabled.    How are child support payments adjusted?  How is the long delay in Social Security adjudication addressed? Filed Under: Social Security Disability Benefits and Child Support Tagged With: child support recovery, past due child support and social security disability payments, social security privacy rulesCan disability benefits be garnished to pay child support? February 16, 2010 by jginsberg 89 Comments I am often asked if Social Security Disability Benefits can be garnished to pay child support payments. If you are receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI), the federal government does not allow these benefits to be garnished. On the other hand, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be garnished to pay child support payments. A benefit of SSDI is that children of the disabled workers that receive SSDI payments may qualify to receive SSDI benefits until a certain age as well, and these payments can be subtracted from the child support owed. Child support should be taken from both parents equally put into a monitored account and a debit card should be given to the custodial parent, all money used with account would be tracked.
The answer of this question depends on what type of Social Security Disability benefits you are receiving. SSI is given to lower-income individuals – those individuals such as the aged, blind, and disabled who meet certain low income and resource levels and do not qualify for Social Security Disability (SSDI). SSDI benefits are funded from the money you as a worker paid into the Social Security system (through employment taxes) when you were still working. Now adays child support is used as a way of getting free money for travels new cars hanging out at the malls and nothing to do with the kids.
Then you're going to love Halle Berry's ex-husbands.You know how she and Olivier Martinez are getting divorced?


The federal government funds SSI through general tax revenues so that the qualifying individuals can pay for expenses such as clothing, housing, and food. I’m sure being the only person taking care of your child, it is tight so y r u so special that you shouldn’t have to pay just because u r on a fixed income?
Well, this morning, her first ex-husband, David Justice, went on a mini-rant on Twitter -- always a good idea -- about Halle and how she supposedly regards and defames her exes.What super classy behavior, right? Because the federal government treats SSI as a public welfare benefit and not as income for the purposes of child support payments, they do not allow Supplemental Security Income benefits to be garnished.
When employees become disabled and are unable to work, these SSDI payments act as a replacement of income. According to the federal government, because SSDI is considered a substitute for lost wages, it can be garnished for child support payments. Apparently neither of them saw any conflict in complaining about Halle Berry's alleged treatment of them while publicly ranting about her.Now, David Justice has deleted some of his tweets, possibly because he realized that he'd gone way, way overboard and was behaving inappropriately. My benefits letter states i will recieve $900 a month, a vast sum of money to try and live on I know. Or maybe just because he was grateful that Halle Berry had cleared up any misunderstandings regarding him having been abusive towards her (which, by the way, she'd never accused him of -- that's by his own admission).The lesson of the day is, if you're feeling emotional about something, it's not always the best time to go on a Twitter rant about it. Especially if you're any sort of high profile person.The other lesson of the day is to be careful when you choose your husbands.
Personally I would rather be able to work, because $350 isn’t worth what you go through to get it.
Just a third of pre-retirees know that they could max out benefits by waiting to claim until age 70.



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