My sons father is on ssi, will i still be able to get child support from him?..He is always telling me it;s impossible but i don't believe him.
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Contact social security yourself, if he is on SSI your children may qualify for their own social security. Legally in NJ the children are entitled to receive the higher of social security or the NJ guideline child support and often the SS is higher. Don't wait, take a trip to your local office.
The benefits will count toward child support from the other parent.
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