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Disability income is a needs-based program. In other words, income eligibility
In other words, eligibility is determined by income.
So if the court awards support to an individual that support would be considered income and this could impact their eligibility for disability.
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It is up to the court if he receives support or not.
The court makes this determination based on several factors...but the fact he gets disability will not preclude a court ordering support.
As for the children, if he is awarded custody then he would receive support to help raise the kids.
The court can consider his prior domestic violence...and could use that as a basis to refuse to provide support.
No. The court could refuse to give him custody because of the violence. But if awarded custody he will get support to raise the children
Yes. The son can ask the court to give him primary and sole custody.
Yes. He will need to have an attorney help him apply to the court for custody. He can still fight for custody
Yes. That is possible