i need an advise

Yossy - posted on 09/08/2016 ( 7 moms have responded )

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I have 2 children with ADHD the both are going to theraphy and used the support from the school. One of my kids is 17 years old the other one is 10 years old. I want to sign them for SSI but I don't know if they qualified. Also how long it will take to find out because I'm planning to move to another state. We live in Florida for 2 years and know I'm separating from my husband and planning to move with my parents in n New York should I process the paper work for SSI here in Florida or should I do it in New York I don't know what to do.

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Yossy - posted on 09/10/2016

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Yes You are right and I'm thanking you for advise Mitchell. I really appreciated it !u open my mind..!!. I wasn't thinking Clear I'm going to make sure to get those papers from the court.

Michelle - posted on 09/10/2016

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Why don't you contact the department that deals with the SSI and ask them? That way you will get the answer you are looking for.

I will still comment on you moving so far away though, you have said that your soon to be ex husband is happy for you to move but you need to get that in writing and preferably through the courts. If you don't, at any time he can take the children and not return them. He has as much right to see them and look after them as you do.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 09/09/2016

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You have to ask the SSA about support for ADHD, but I doubt they will do that.

If you are planning on separating from your husband, and changing states with children that are biologically related to both of you, he has to be in agreement, and you have to have things legally sorted though the court system.

It does not matter if you WANT to do this or not, it is the correct way to go about it. If he does not agree, or if the distance is too great for him to have a relationship with the children, you will have to make other plans. You do not have the right to determine his level of access to children that are biologically his.

Look at it this way: if the situation were reversed, you would not want him taking your children 1200 miles away, making it difficult for you to maintain the relationship, now would you?

Yossy - posted on 09/09/2016

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Thank you lady's for you advise and care He's really not the issue in this conversation he left we talk about it n he's okay for me to move with my parents n yes the kids no was going on . my major concern is about.changing The kids doctors and me trying to get SSI here or there.

Michelle - posted on 09/09/2016

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Is your husband allowing you to move? Is he moving as well? Have you been to court and sorted out custody, visitation and child support?
These are a lot more important at the moment. If your husband isn't moving as well, he has every right to go to court to prevent you from going anywhere.

Lilly - posted on 09/09/2016

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What are the kids saying about it?I think it will be a good way of a fresh start as also it might be difficult at first to find friends there but it will be worth it.

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