My Baby's father just got married about 2 months ago, a month after he left me and his 3 month old daughter! anyways he's no longer working anymore cause his wife is a native american and gets 28,000 a month. He tells me he can't pay me CS because he's not employed. I went to my DA's office to file a case for CS I told them my situation and they said they couldn't go after her money, is that true? if so that's crazy! she has so much money he's living the good life, and doesn't give his daughter not a dime! how is that right? I need some serious advice on this, cause he left me with no job, since he told me not to go back to work, so I could really use the money, I am a full time student and I exclusivly breat feed my daughter who will not take a bottle so it's not like I can go to work, we've tried for 3 months now for her to take a bottle and it's not happening. I'm still trying though. Anyways does anyone know if I can get child support anyways he's not working and his wife gets that kind of money, i mean she is the sole provider in the household. thanx in advance.
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