My biological father has never been sued for child support. My mother never pursued the resources to find him, get his identification information, in order to properly sue. The same goes for another sibling and their father.
Can we sue her for negligence? The resources were always available to see this out, but she failed to, basically, out of bitterness and shame.
Furthermore, she did not exhaust all the resources available to us as a family so that we would progress. She even sabotaged many opportunities for her family in terms of securing education, even gaining counseling and personal development. She even instigated against me socially, specifically targeting my efforts to obtain education and opportunity, with her peers as well as my own. As a mother, she took confidential information and used it so that I would not progress in life. An example would be, telling people who had ill intent towards to where I was attending school, where I lived and where I worked. The has lead to stalking, and penetration of my social circles.
I feel that, now that we are adults, we've been stunted because of her lack of effort. She worked hard, but began insisting that our education was not important. She even sabotaged our relationships with paternal family members (they tried to fill in for our fathers not being there for us) who wanted to sponsor our involvement in community organizations like the Girl Scouts, or mentor us in areas she, as a mother, could not fill.
As an adult, I feel that she took the anger she held towards our fathers out against me and my sibling by deliberately misparenting us.
Also, since me and sibling are now adults would it be possible to pursue our fathers for child support ourselves, as they never met their financial obligations as fathers.