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He stopped paying in 2009 and told the judge he was on TANF and had also applied for ssi or ssd . In 2010 case went back to court and again ssi/ssd application was still an issue. To date he has continued to have more children with the last one being born 2 weeks ago. I'm married and my hubby helps me to take care of my oldest as well as the son we had together. Not bothered by my son's father's sad lifestyle, but my son will be graduating from high school next year and it would be great if his father would contribute financially. I've been quite patient waiting almost 4 years on his alleged ssi/ssd application approval. What are our rights because he clearly is getting away from this responsibility while creating others?
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