I am on disability for a work-related injury. My baby's father is on ssd and ssi. I get a stipend check for my daughter from my disability claim, but her father is not able to get any sort of children's stipend.
Here's my question: should he be expected to contribute money for child support? He says if I take him to court, he will fight it all the way. He wants to give me money under the table, but for the month of February, he only gave me $20.
How much do you think he should contribute? He probably receives about $600 in benefits, has no car, doesn't pay rent (lives with mother and she pays rent). He has money to buy expensive electronics and such, however.
Please no judgements. He is definitely disabled, so I'm not saying he is milking the gov't. I just want to know if he should be contributing more than $20/month to help with out 7 month old baby.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:14 PM on Feb. 21, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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