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Your husband is just trying to intimidate you. You can ask for spousal support from him, but if you don't want any court battles, you do not have to do this.
Still, no court is going to award part of someone's SS to a custodial parent that makes 88K a year.
If he asks the court for this, you must contest it.
If I'm making 16K a year, is the situation any different?
16K plus the $400 in disability or 16K inclusibe of the disability?
If I'm making 16K I don't believe I will have the disability any longer.
I'm attempting to work.
It doesn't include the disability, sorry.
You can make up to $1,000 per month and still collect disability.
So you can make up to 12K per year.
I won't qualify then
Is it still just intimidation, or do you think the court might give it to him?
You can cut back on your hours, still collect disability and come out to about $16,800.00 per year.
No, I don't think they will give it to him at all.
But I need to get an attorney if he has that in his requests
He is getting the 25% from garnishment websites that talk about creditors and debtors.
All right, that answers my question I think...thank you :)
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You're very welcome!
now I just hit accept?
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