14.A Assignment Scenarios
Appendix 14.A – Assignment Scenarios
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.
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.
How much is “passed through” to the family in the scenario below (Assigned Arrears exist)?
How much is “passed through” to the family in the scenario below (No Assigned Arrears)?
Example of Assigned & Non Assigned Arrears
Cross References: None
Version: 3 Last revised: February 9, 2022 Effective date: February 9, 2022