CSA should be axed completely

October 25, 2011

The csa should be axed completley and the government should keep their oar out of other peoples family affairs, and women should take more thought to having children than they do. At the end of the day it is up to the woman whether she has a baby or not and it is also up to her whether she keeps it or not when an unexpected pregnany occurs and quite rightly so since she is the one that has to go through a horrible birth, and if a marriage breaks up regardless of who’s fault it is, it’s more often than not the woman that takes the children because she is the one that has given birth to them. So it really annoys me to hear women bleeting on about howsorely done they are in having to bring up children on their own when they were the ones who took an adult decision to have them.

If things dont work out as you wanted it to, that’s life, that’s how it goes, you take the good with the bad, you learn and you move on. What we should stop doing is running away to a government body everytime things don’t work out, and using them for financial gain or to make other peoples lives a living hell. Life is tough enough for heavens sake. And it really sickens me that the government play along and involve themselves in family situations they no nothing about, extracting money from people for their own financial gain and making peoples lives so financially and emotionally miserable that they don’t want to go on.

The only way I can think of to stop paying csa is to stop working and if you have a new partner they could work while you get casual work that pays cash in hand. The other way is if your self employed.


7 Responses to “CSA should be axed completely”

  1. John on October 25th, 2011 10:46 am

    Couldn’t agree more! What happens in a persons’ private life is for them to deal with! It has absolutely NOTHING to do with with politicians OR civil servants!

    Having all ready paid large amounts of tax and National Insurance for 30 years +, I find that I am being asked to pay into the tax system again by way of maintenance payments to ‘recycle’ benefits claimed the childrens’ mother. HELLO! I have all ready paid once! WHY? am I being forced to pay again?

    It is for me to make financial provision for my children. NOT a politician and NOT a civil servant!

    The system is a shambles, the staff incompetent beyond belief, and they don’t give a f–k who they screw!

    Well! We can all play that game! Politicians, Councillors and Local authority staff, knock on my door for anything……and I will be calling the police and making a complaint of harassment, as I will be alarmed and distressed!

  2. Bella on October 25th, 2011 10:48 am

    It does take TWO to make a baby and BOTH parents need to provide for THEIR children. My ex and I choose to have our daughter we both take responsibility for providing for her. I only went through the CSA because my ex and I had a major arguement and he said that he would only pay through the CSA. I don’t like how they operate or the constant excuses that they give.

  3. John on October 25th, 2011 12:36 pm

    Yes, it is for both parents to provide for THEIR children.

    However, I have paid £77,000 in divorce. I have paid £35,000 to date in maintenance. Their mother has had £70,000 in recent inheritances. She is re-married with joint income and is allowed to claim benefits.

    How can this be fair and proportionate? I am being targeted as some sort of open cheque book for her and the government!

    It is TOTALLY disproportionate to a fair and balanced way of financially providing for the children.

    As it stands, because my ex and the establishment have taken me for a financial ride, they have blown away any chance of the children receiving any inheritance from me. They can then go and blame their mother and the CSA!

  4. joanne shier on October 27th, 2011 9:22 am

    I’m getting tired of ppl saying it takes two to make a baby, if you are on old rules it takes three to pay for them, and doesn’t really apply when you get some pwcs who deny access, only takes two when they want money, what about all the other stuff?..I’m an nrpp and what’s meant for my children goes to her now adult children, and no my partner not a deadbeat, did everything for his kids but csa make up their own rules. I too was a single mum, and their dad truly is a deadbeat, some pwcs need to see how lucky they are and bot be lumped with an x like mine, do I care, no, its his loss at the end of the day. Just wish we had a system that treats cases individually and professionally with no bias views from a civil servant….they didn’t make the babies either!

  5. leigh on November 19th, 2011 8:37 pm

    I hope you don’t class every pwc a person who denies access joanne I’m thinking from ur post that you are not unlucky enough to be a pwc!! As you seem to always jump on nrp posts with disrespect! At the end of day it does 2 to tango and two people should provide for the children if the nrp paid csa before the arrears build up then maybe they wouldn’t struggle so much many fail to tell us that they go on to have more children and claim a lot of tax credits

  6. Angus on December 23rd, 2011 3:59 pm

    My case is brilliant!
    I took them to an Independent Tribunal as they had totally worked out the figures wrong- they lost that!! Still did not sort out correctly so referred to Parliamentary Ombudsman and currently being invetigated but the best bit is they had to write to my MP as can only be referred to Parliamentary Ombudsman if your MP can not sort it out and in fairness to him he has tried very hard! Of course they sent me a copy of the letter. The envelope was hand written and in the same hand writing as my address it had an offensive drawing on it- presumably referring to me! My MP of course contacted them and they said they would investigate thoroughly – we knew they would deny it. A letter duly turned up saying they had investigated this very thoroughly and my complaint was NOT UPHELD but the amusing bit was they NEVER even asked my MP or me for a copy of the envelope so what exactly did they investigate??????????????!!!
    They are totally useless and just act like bullies and they lie all the time! The District Judge at my Independent Tribunal made up his mind in about 2 mins and was really nice to me. The case was just a nonsense and should never gone ahead but they battle to the bitter end even when they are totally wrong.
    But they have to much power but like all bullies you just have to stand up to them. Ultimately I will take them to the European Courts and they will lose and I will claim a huge amount of compensation.

  7. bri on April 16th, 2012 12:53 pm

    We can all try to make a change.


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