Can they take my savings and income into account for my partner?

November 24, 2013

My relationship with my lodger recently changed, l am retired on ill health and get a works pension, but not the state one as too young. My lodger (who was on the old rules) youngest child now 13, is now my partner and l am worried that the CSA will calculate my money into any payments he has to make now we are a partnership, can they take my income, savings or property into account?

i have a rented property but also a very large mortgage, one does not cancel the other out. what would this mean when calculating his payments. This is causing me so much upset, l am thinking of just going back to lodger and companion, if we don’t sleep together does this make a different, he is not currently paying half my bills.

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4 Responses to “Can they take my savings and income into account for my partner?”

  1. Sasha Cullen on November 24th, 2013 12:05 pm

    partners do not have to share income info with csa as it is nothing to do with them x

  2. Andrew Jones on November 24th, 2013 12:06 pm

    They will rob you when your dead them scum ….

  3. Author Chris Jones on November 24th, 2013 12:50 pm

    On old system YES they can and YES they will

  4. Becca Bee Preorder on November 24th, 2013 3:06 pm

    CSA well only take her in to account if you are marred to her . iv been my man for 6 years my money NEVER been taken in account even now that im working he not just to get out paying his lazy ass ex

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