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21 Oct 07 #5071 by delpy8
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Hi all quick question I currently pay 72 per week to the CSA for my two Children which is fine, I have been seperated for nearly 3 years and now live with my new partner, I am planning to get divorced soon, But a bombshell my new partner is pregnant and she is getting stressed about our financial situation. Will I still need to pay the CSA?? or can I get some relief??:(

Thanks Derek

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21 Oct 07 #5075 by SummerSun
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The CSA will reduce your net income by 15% for 1 dependent child living in your household.

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