In a previous post, I discussed some of the circumstances around the Attachment or Garnishment of Social Security Disability Benefits to recover other debts (see: http://cascadiadisabilitylaw.com/wp/federal-government-garnishment-social-security-disability-benefits/.)
Here is a link to an explanation as to why attachment of Social Security benefits is allowed when the past-due debt derives from child support obligations. Many SSD claimants will face this situation, either as the parent who owes past-due child support or the parent who is trying to collect the past-due child support.
This link contains an attached pdf document that discusses:
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