If SSDI benefit increase, can child support end? (continued)

be calculated based on that total amount of income. If the amount of that child support is less than the SSDI dependency benefit amount received by the child, then he would not have to pay child support. If the amount of the child support would end up being more than the SSDI dependency benefit amount, then he would have to make up the difference between the dependency benefit amount and the child support amount.




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