As the Florida population ages, residents may wonder if child support due from a non-custodial parent can be collected from Social Security payments. The answer depends on what kind of Social Security the other parent is collecting.
It is not uncommon in today's society for people to experience a decrease in their income due to a layoff, or the inability to find a job after the loss of one. Such a change in one's financial situation can impact anyone at any time. If an individual has an existing order to pay monthly child support, a decrease in income will likely impact their ability to meet their obligation in a timely manner.
Economic highs and lows can impact anyone. Changes in a person's financial situation may happen throughout an individual's life, requiring an honest re-evaluation of not only financial obligations but also lifestyle.