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My husband is on Social Security and recieves benifits as being totally disabled. He has told me that because he is disabled that there is no way for me to get child support from him. Is this true?
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No. Social security and disability count as income available for child support. I suggest you contact an experienced family law attorney to help you with this matter.
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