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I really dont think that stopping child maintenance is the answer because one way or another a child will be affected.
However, I do think that the courts should use the sanctions they have in their power to punish PWC if they breach contact orders.
How about 3 strikes resulting in a couple of days in prison? That should do the job. Alternatively, give residence to the nrp and contact to the rp.
The courts also, however, should insist that absent parents who do not wish their children interfering with their new lives, ie. want no contact with them, for whatever reason, are forced to have contact with them. If they reruse, they should be forced to take parenting classes.
Just because the government hasnt listen to NRP concerns re contact at the moment. Doesn''t mean that they wont in the future.
Many changes have started with people debating what should happen.
Well perhaps the answer is for NRP''s to be able to recover legal costs of enforcement actions/court applications from PWC; either directly or through reduced maintenance.
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