I'm a mother of 2 and their father never paid child support. Since my kids were born my mother and I have been providing for the kids and also providing for my kids father during the time we were together. I ended the relationship on 2009 and until now no child support. What should I do in order for him to legally let him support for his kids since right now he has another girl pregnant?
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