Incapacitated Adult Care

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    In a divorce settlement, is a legally-declared incapacitated adult child considered the same as a minor child when deciding monetary care?


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    No. An adult child can potentially qualify for SSI.

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    If you need to consult with an attorney regarding your rights and the rights of someone who is in your care, you may want to consult with a disability and social security lawyer for more information on this. There are also many free resources which you can access here on the site which can help you to determine your rights and the extent to which someone who is in your care such as an adult child can apply for SSI benefits, etc. Or you can also view our section devoted to Disability Law.
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