CSA encourages parental alienation

May 11, 2013

CSA encourages Parental Alienation!!
The CSA is being used as a tool for the PWC to crucify and hurt the NRP. Poisoning their kids againast the NRP, so they are out of their lives, in a lot of cases the PWC brainwashes the kids so they actually end up telling the NRP they don’t want to see them!! Yet these same PWC’s are after bleeding dry the NRP. You can’t have it both ways. If you want to bring up the kids on your own then don’t expect any £ from the NRP who has been persecuted and tortured enough by losing his (or hers in some cases!) kids!! The csa should have a clause..no contact from the NRP with the kids, then no £ to the PWC. The PWC would soon let the NRP back into the kids lives I bet! And put an end to this EMOTIONAL CHILD ABUSE which is a major contributing factor from the csa as the PWC uses the kids as a weapon! For money from the NRP. And to cause hurt and pain, emotionally and financially. The kids are the ones that lose out the most, and isn’t it them who the csa are supposed to support and protect???!!!

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  1. Julie Dawn Archer on May 11th, 2013 10:25 am

    Not all PWC do this. And a lot of NRP don’t give a toss about moving on. As in my case 7 children 4 different mothers. I am the mother to his 2nd & 3rd child. His present wife has been the culprit to spoiling the relationship between the boys and their dad not me!!!! He earns over £20,000 a month more than most earn in a year and he loves to flash it around. Just not on looking after The boys. You might be hurting because of your ex and what has happened but the box is a lot bigger!

  2. Tracie Shafie-Nia on May 11th, 2013 10:36 am

    I totally agree with you Sir, isn’t it torture enough that your child(ren) has/have disappeared out of your life?! They are heartless monsters who should all be shot for ruining decent peoples’ lives! What sort of person could do a job like that and sleep peacefully at night?!

  3. eddie on May 11th, 2013 10:55 am

    I agree that the csa screw up relationships causing bitterness misery and usually secondary family poverty. I think the agency is negligent and that this is an issue that should remain a human intervention i.e. in the hands of the court. Both PWCs and NRPs need to get over the emotive side of a split and acknowledge the difficulties that the other is facing. I feel that the CSA intervention here is abusive during negotiations a NRP includes essential outgoings, mortgage rent, food, bills etc. The CSA assessment is often for a payment twice as high as these are not included as a PWC struggling financial who would you go to.This will alo put a strain on the relationship as the PWC will then think that the NRP is not doing all they can……… Abuse of an emotional situation.
    I am trying to set up countrywide groups of both PWCs and NRPs to discuss these and other issues but am finding it hard and so may start locally. I really think that a collective approach in fighting this agency is the only way forward and want to also organise a rally and petition. The more on board the better. If you want to be involved pm me at [email protected] everyones welcome and needed.

  4. Sally on May 11th, 2013 11:03 am

    @ Julie- and it’s because of your ex and the NRPs like him that the CSA was set up in the first place but the CSA (and our government) soon realised that they could get more money from the decent NRPs who were already paying than they could from NRPs who were trying to avoid paying anything at all for their kids….

    And here we are…. Decent, hardworking, honest NRPs are being bullied, victimised and forced in to debt to keep the CSA in existence!!! The are treated like criminals and have absolutely NO rights to their kids…. Court orders are ignored by the PWCs and the NRPs are left with nothing!!

  5. Wojtek Szenfeld on May 11th, 2013 12:02 pm

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  6. eddie on May 11th, 2013 12:03 pm

    Hear hear sally

    come aboard please its long hard fight and the more the merrier…………………….

    [email protected]

  7. Macon on May 11th, 2013 12:10 pm

    I agree totally Melanie this is the problem with using the CSA life long bitterness and in most cases the NRP doesn’t have enough money to treat his kid and the ex normally says the maintenance is only for food and clothing .The kid grows up thinking the NRP gives them nothing and eventually when the kid reaches 20 years old now the PWC falls of a financial cliff looses all the maintenance and benefits for having a kid the NRP has a few hundred quid a month better off and in my experience the NRP tells the 20 year old adult your Dad is loaded go and ask him for the money they used to get of the CSA !

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  10. Lisa on May 11th, 2013 4:06 pm

    Its a fact that CSA encourage less access means more money, the whole place and people working there are a joke, they get away with lying and cheating the system to make sure fathers suffer and pay above and beyond to a.woman who thinks more of her bank balance then her childrens relationship with rhe father

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