CSA said I owed nothing and 20 years later I get hit with massive bill

August 1, 2018

The CSA (or whoever they are now), have an attachment of earnings to my employer of £115 per week. They tell me I owe an extremely large amount of money to them. The child in question is 22 years old and I have never had sight of her. The last correspondence I had with the CSA was back in the late 90s whereby they wrote to me and said I owed nothing. How can I now owe this large amount? I have no records of what has been paid out or why as I know the mother in question has always worked and so does her partner who resides at the same address. My partner of 17 years has recently suffered a brain haemorrhage and may not be able to work again. I therefore need to support both her and myself but cannot do with such a weekly amount being taken directly from my wages. Where is the fairness in this so called law?

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One Response to “CSA said I owed nothing and 20 years later I get hit with massive bill”

  1. David Joseph on August 2nd, 2018 11:19 am

    Hi Paul

    Sorry to learn of your ordeal.

    I have many clients in the same position as you. It’s absolutely horrendous!

    If you need help/assistance drop me a line at [email protected]

    Take care
    David

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