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01 Aug 12 #346716 by alldone69
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stbx pays very little csa due to him apparantly not able to afford it lol anyway my question is.... He is in the process of moving in, his new partner, she is selling her house , do i need to inform csa and will they take into account her earnings, she has no children. Thankyou

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01 Aug 12 #346720 by jslgb
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No.

CSA only take into account your exes wage. They dont factor in any expenses he already has or whether he is solely responsible for these or not.

However, if he is moving into a home where children reside full time your maintenance can be reduced to take into account the other children.

Ridiculous? Yes!!

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01 Aug 12 #346721 by alldone69
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Thankyou for your quick reply, i suppose i am very lucky, she has never married and has no children. luckily dont think they will because he is 61 and she is 58 x

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03 Aug 12 #347132 by woodbutcher3773
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I would just like to say my ex tries using the csa as a weapon i have never missed a payment I am dissgusted at NRP that dont pay as it takes two to make a life but It is not for a NRP new partner to foot the bill my new partner spoils my child which I am lucky so I think that poeple That think new partners should have there income taken into account should realise how lucky some but not all are having someone there with the best intentions for a child which is not theres.What i will say is I believe if he seems to be living above his means then you can get the csa to reavaluate him.But you would need to prove this.

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05 Aug 12 #347473 by alldone69
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Thankyou for your reply, i dont wish to have money from his new partner to support his child, i get on with her very well, funnily enough, but yes he certainly is living above his means, taking holidays and even buying a new car!! will contact csa and just get advise i think, dont want to rock the boat x

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06 Aug 12 #347504 by WYSPECIAL
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alldone69 wrote:

will contact csa and just get advise i think, dont want to rock the boat x


If you don''t want to rock the boat and are happy with current assessment why contact the CSA? If you contact them they will contact him. Remember too that if his circumstances have changed so that his assessment could be lower then what you get will go down. My ex was caught out by this several times and then got upset about it!

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06 Aug 12 #347697 by alldone69
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thankyou for your reply, x

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