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  • mumov4
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13 Nov 07 #6580 by mumov4
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Why is that i had to throw my husband out because of his cruelty towards me and his children he can keep the majority of his wages to fund his new life with his new partner whereas i have to go through the csa to claim any money of him but get it cut through my income support where is the fairness in that. He can go on holidays etc with her and i am still left on income support with no way for getting a job because of my youngest's school hours etc. That can't be fair?

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13 Nov 07 #6581 by lovey
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I know it is so bloody frustrating, my ex to be can earn up to £ 70 ph but yet he has been assesed by the csa to be earining £170 pw so therefore he has to oay £38 per week for 2 children it makes me sick and so angry that they can get away with it through lies, hopwfully what will come around will be deserved.

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