My daughter is 15 years and has been in my custody since birth. Her father starting collecting SSI at the age of 19 yrs. I have went to attorneys in the past, but have been told he isn’t obligated to pay any support since he gets SSI. However, I was reading that some of these laws may have been changed over the years. A few years(~6 yrs) ago he took me to court, in attempt to get visitation rights for his mother (our child’s grandmother). After almost a year of not following through with the judges orders(psych eval, etc) the case was dropped. The judge saw first hand, he had no interest in seeing her, he was doing it on behalf of his mother. Throughout this, I had an attorney and he thought it was best not press the child support issue during this, because it could potentially ignite him and start another visitation case. He is now married and has 2 other children. He has always worked for his father’s construction business and his father pays him “under the table”. After 15 years of providing full support for my daughter, I was wondering if it’s even possible to get any support from him? If so, do you recommend I go to social services? Thanks for any help or advice.