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attaching various forms of disability income to a spousal support agreement

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brian jones

My divorce included me to pay $800 per month for seven years. At that time I was earning $10000 per month.Since then I am permanently disabled.My income now is$1174 from SSDI,$1600 from workers compensation and $2800 from Long Term disability insurance. I live in Brooklyn, New York.
Question: Which of these three components of income be attached or garnished for spousal support and what percentage.I have applied for an elimination of this spousal support through Family Court but appearance has been put back until Sept.

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