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I have a son who lives with dad. I have another son who lives with me (different father) and he is severely disabled. He gets SSI. I am the payee. I am being ordered to pay support on my son who lives with his dad because his dad now gets aid from the state. I claimed I cant work because I care for a disabled child. They want a letter from a doctor saying I cant work. The earning potential they estimated was a little above the actual SSI that I get for my son. My son is in and out of school, randomly. The SSI provides a steady income that I otherwise could not depend on if I worked. What do I need to do to prove my case? What can I provide the courts to prove that I can’t work due to his disability? Please be specific. Thank you for your time.