# 14.A Assignment Scenarios

## Appendix 14.A – Assignment Scenarios

### Purpose:

The following are several scenarios to illustrate what happens when a custodial parent receives POWER grants and the non-custodial parent pays child support.

Note: For all of these scenarios, the custodial parent has never received POWER in the past, and the application for POWER and payments received occurred after May 1, 2021.

Sheet A

The CP receives the “pass through” amount, \$100 for one child and \$200 for two or more children, for all her/his cases in one month. This means, if the CP has multiple cases with different NCPs, the most that is “passed through” for one month is \$100 for one child and \$200 for two children.

Sheet B

How much is “passed through” to the family in the scenario below (Assigned Arrears exist)?

Conditions:

Current Child Support = \$50.00

# of Children in household = 1

CP is on current assistance

The URPA Balance = \$2000.00

Assigned Arrears = \$250.00

Non-Assign Arrears = \$0.00

Sheet C

How much is “passed through” to the family in the scenario below (No Assigned Arrears)?

Conditions:

Current Child Support = \$50.00

# of Children in household = 1

CP is on current assistance

The URPA Balance = \$2000.00

Assigned Arrears = \$0.00

Non-Assign Arrears = \$250.00