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15 Feb 08 #14070 by mumov4
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Why is that i was forced on income support with no job and no prospects at the moment of getting a job with a 9 year old child that my husband can live with his new partner andf earn at least £60.000.00 a year together and i can't claim child support from the child support agency to support out two children.

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16 Feb 08 #14079 by catherine1980
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i think its because your husband is earning a loyt to support you or pay maintanance

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16 Feb 08 #14080 by catherine1980
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i think its because your husband is earning a loyt to support you or pay maintanance

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16 Feb 08 #14094 by Elle
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Mumova,
You dont explain why you can't you get child support. I am confused as to how you have no prospects of employment....are there special circumstances to prevent you working?
Elle

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