It only seems to ‘take two to make a baby’ when it suits them
June 21, 2013
Where do I start! I was married at time of birth of my daughter and as the law states I have EQUAL rights????? Well supposedly I should have been consulted and informed of the well being and upbringing of my daughter and involved in decisions in her life but my ex decided one day she was god when my daughter was 2 and cut all contact changed phone numbers and moved address without informing me!
I tried and tried over the years to trace them to no avail. So 2011 when my daughter was 10 the Csa send me a letter asking that I pay maintenance which I was more than happy to do! I was informed of all sanctions that can be put on me for not paying I.e seize my wages have my passport driving licence removed and even imprisonment so I asked the question if I can have all these sanctions put on me for not paying what sanctions can be put on my ex for not letting me see my daughter….. Wait for it NONE, absolutely nothing. Csa answer we are just here to get money!
I have later found out after paying £83 per week that my ex although we are not yet divorced is living with her new partner of how ever many years is using her partners name and they have a photography business together. So I’m living in poverty paying all this money and they are raking it in from all directions. And to add insult to injury my ex until February this year was telling my daughter that her current partner was my daughters dad. There needs to be the same sanctions for mothers or residential parent stopping the non residential parent (father) seeing their kids without a court order.
One more thing the Csa say I need to pay maintenance to prevent child poverty……. Surely my ex’s household income should be taking into account as she is living a lavish lifestyle while I’m now living in poverty A RESIDENTIAL PARENT SHOULD NOT RECIEVE A PENNY IF THEY ARE REFUSING THE NON RESIDENTIAL PARENT ACCESS it’s that old takes two to make a baby when it SUITS them