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If my ex owes back child support and is on disability, is the

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If my ex owes back child support and is on disability, is the any way to get him to pay on the support in arrears?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
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Expert:  Brandon M. replied 6 years ago.
Hello there:

I assume that you are talking about social security disability? Or is it from another source?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Yes social security disability.


Expert:  Brandon M. replied 6 years ago.
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lots of tools are available; to start, his SSD can be garnished; this would allow for payment of arrears to come directly from the social security administration. You can also garnish his bank accounts and his income tax refunds; you can have his property seized and auctioned. If he owes more than $2,500 you can have his driver's license suspended and his passport suspended. You can also prosecute him for contempt of court. Generally speaking, your county child support enforcement office can get the ball rolling on most of these.

I hope that this helps.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

I need to know if I understand how this works. I have 30 days to ask questions, all for a one time fee of $38, is that correct? May I ask questions about other things or more about the same thing?

Expert:  Brandon M. replied 6 years ago.
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