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16 Jun 12 #337080 by Clairelg
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My ex won the lottery in 2003, we have a daughter together who he stopped seeing when she was 16 months old. He started seeing her again in 2007 & regularly ever since in total he''s paid approx £600 once he paid half for a school trip (presented me with a Coutts & Co cheque!!!) and the other time to pay for her holiday (asked him twice & got no response so my hubby contacted him and he paid up!!!)

CSA being less than helpful and i have asked him nicely but he''s ignoring me so i''ve decided to go for the balls and get a lump sum + weekly maintenance....only prob is don''t know what would be considered reasonable.


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