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Do my children recieve any benifits since the father was approved

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Do my children recieve any benifits since the father was approved for disability? like insurance coverage or the back child support?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Daniel Solutions replied 7 years ago.
My understanding is that disability benefits can be garnished for child support but that SSI benefits may not. SSA's website mentions this difference in FAQs regarding direct deposit:

You should also note that auxillary benefits paid to dependents of SSDI (not SSI) recipients do not equate to child support. In other words if a disabled claimant with children is awarded SSDI and those children begin receiving benefits as a dependent of the claimant, those auxillary benefits do not offset the claimant's obligation to pay child support.

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