No Child Support Credit for Child’s Social Security Retirement Dependent Benefit. One Published Family Law Opinion from Ky Court of Appeals Today

N.J.S. v. C.D.G.  Because the Ky child support statute does not authorize a credit against child support for child’s social security retirement dependent benefit, it was error allow such a credit and to order that payor be reimbursed for child support overpayment from the child’s retroactive lump-sum benefit. Concurring opinion underscores the need for legislative fix as is currently provided for with respect to disability dependent benefits.

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