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Customer: I am a disable vet receiving 90% disability and SSDI social security disability insurance receiving compensation via SSDI. Can my SSDI payment be garnished via a divorce.
Answered by Kimora Pope in 2 hours 1 year ago
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Hello. I am KimP. I have practiced law for over 25 years.

If there is child support you vet payment, SSI payment, anything can be garnished for child support.

Best wishes.

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