You may be someone who enjoys working hard but who is also looking forward to the day when you can retire. You likely have trips you want to take, sights you want to see and a number of other activities to which you look forward. Of course, you also know that having the retirement funds to cover these activities is vital.
Divorce happens at any age. But if you're over 50 when you decide to split, you may have concerns about how getting divorced will affect your ability to successfully retire. There are ways to protect your assets when going through a "gray divorce" so you will still be able to enjoy your retirement and thrive in the future.
When a non-custodial parent is receiving Social Security benefits and is failing to pay required child support, the custodial parent may be able to garnish a portion of those benefits through a subsequent court order. The ability to garnish Social Security benefits will depend on the kind of benefits the nonpaying parent receives, however, as Supplemental Security Insurance cannot be garnished.