Good fathers suffer at the hands of the Child Support Agency

September 29, 2012

Following my son’s birth, no access was agreed with Mum. To cut a long story short, I therefore spent £25,000 in the family courts to gain good access arrangements until a final shared parenting order was agreed. Mum (good job) had a live-in partner (also working).

They agreed never to allow my son to call me “Dad” in their company. They alienate the paternal family constantly in his company.

I pay every month still to the CSA but at no-time (even in 4 weeks total conatct of the school holidays) does Mum provide clothing etc etc. I struggle and yet they do not. Good fathers who love their children are treated terribly under this sysytem and who suffers…. the child or children.

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  1. rob hibbert on May 28th, 2013 12:40 pm

    i have a daughter and a stepson who i had with me 10 nights in every 14 for almost 3 years whilst my ex wife worked nights.
    during that time she claimed child benefit,child tax credits etc and she didnt give me a penny towards the upkeep of the children in food clothes etc.
    now my domestic circumstances have changed and i cannot have the children as often she has stopped all contact and put a CSA claim in for my daughter.
    can anyone tell me i i can claim against my ex wife for the almost 3 years that i had my children?
    answer to my email if possible
    [email protected]

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