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ChrisPay Mar 21
Why is spousal maintenance counted as the NRPs income? But no feel it is part of the NRPs income! Maybe basic maths is missing.
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Duds Sep 7
tips. Rather than spending it on fags booze and takeaways. Try buying your kids school uniform that vaguely fits and maybe get them to try it on??? Ffs!!!
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Anna Louise Simpson Dec 7
Replying to @JeremyVineOn5
Would love to come on to your show to discuss - fighting a case just now for ‘top-up’ - why is there a cap on child maintenance?
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Stu Sep 29
Child Maintenance Services are the dirtiest organisation in the country#take zero money from a female for 2 kids over 3 years but take £10k from a mans bank for 1 child over a year (a man who still as active part in childs upbringing).
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Focus Mediation Ltd Dec 14
Government propose to give Child Maintenance Service (CMS) stronger compliance, collection & enforcement methods to make sure parents are meeting their responsibilities towards their children.
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Anna Louise Simpson 4h
Edinburgh voted best city to live? Where mothers and children are forced into poverty by draconian divorce laws and the cap on child maintenance
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Oxford Family law Feb 26
our provides helpful comments on the current state of child maintenance ahead of the result of the consultation on which ran until 8 February 2018
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Michelle Dewberry Oct 13
Blown away by how easy it appears for people outside of PAYE to lie to about their income, in order to reduce their payments. If you’re someone who is doing this, to deliberately reduce the money your children receive. Shame on you.
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Clarence Watts SDB Dec 28
Child maintenance dodgers must be dealt with harshly. Sadly the law fails many women.
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Chanté Siyamthanda Jantjies Jan 5
1. The new law is set to make it easier to track those who avoid paying child maintenance. It allows officials to obtain your information from network service providers to track defaulters
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V.L Shadean Jan 5
Replying to @ChanteJantjies_
Those recipients that abuse Support on Alcohol Luxuries Airtime Dont Pay School Fees, must also be charged. Kids money must not be squandered.
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ChrisPay Mar 20
Why does favour first children? Surely the finances should be distributed and treat every child equally, just like the UN convention on the Rights of the Child. Not the case in England it financially encourages separation.
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iFLG Jul 13
NEW BLOG: Lucy Greenwood highlights some key points from the Government’s Compliance and arrears strategy for compliance.
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Ruby Zaidi Feb 26
Does anyone have any experience with issues? Its a bloody nightmare and i need some advice! !
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Marion Fellows MP Nov 6
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Rowberry Morris May 23
No pay, no passport! The Department for Work and Pensions is seeking powers to confiscate the passports of those who fall significantly behind with payments.
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Jean Hatchet Mar 19
Hey instead of sending letters telling women you’re “taking action” why not take action. Take his damned house. 👍🔜
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Grace Matthews Aug 22
Super excited to see my first article published in the review this month! Will the CMS changes secure compliance? See more at (log in to view)
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Child Maintenance Difficulties SA May 28
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Marion Fellows MP Nov 7
£3.3 million was taken from families through the . It cannot be justified for a child to lose out because one of their parents will not meet their obligation to provide for them. It is not a tax on parents; it is a tax on children.
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