CSA taking me to court as I won’t pay out of date calculations to my drug-ridden ex!

February 4, 2018

The csa have recently taken me to court to get a liability order to try to get £2000 out of me.The problem is the csa are useing out of date end of year tax figures and will not change any details ive supplied.I told the csa i have been selfemployed sinc april 2017 and have been told by the hmrc not to fill in a tax return until april this year 2018 as then i would off been self employed 12 months. i now have a baillift notice come through the post. The other reason why i hadnt been paying my ex is she and her new partner are currently going through the court for 1/4 million tax fraud and illegal things they have been upto, and when i heard drugs and not so nice things were going on around my children i refused to hand over money to pay for that shit to go on around my kids. now iam worried as the door is about to be hounded by marstons.


One Response to “CSA taking me to court as I won’t pay out of date calculations to my drug-ridden ex!”

  1. David on February 5th, 2018 2:11 pm


    If you disagree with the arrears, you must challenge it. Once the CSA has a liability order, it is a means by which enforcement action can be taken against you. They need to prove you owe this money.

    If you are liable for child support, the situation with your ex-partner will not preclude you from paying; you are still liable for child maintenance of your children. A better way to deal with this is to seek contact with your children through mediation and failing that the court. You may also be in a position to seek custody at a later date if things are really bad with your ex-partner.

    You need help with any of the above? Email me in the first instance at [email protected]


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