How should I handle the CSA now that I’m moving abroad?

July 30, 2014

Firstly, I am moving abroad for a teaching job. What should I do with CSA?

Secondly, I have moved from a bank where I had the DSA standing order to another bank. The other bank was supposed to move automatically all my direct debt and standing orders.

I found that after 3 months month from the movement that DSA was not included however my son is not 19 yet. What should I do?

Comments

  • melanie parton says:

    Move abroad tell them but dont say where yr goin as none of their business they close the case as no longer a uk citizen if u move lok stock n barrell however if u come bk n she claims u will hav to pay again we wiped 7 years off by goin abroad n she day no wed come bk till 7 years later ……cannonly have csa from claim date….mwish wed hav been there another 3 years she cud gave f%=ed right off……enjoy yr freedom sweetie

  • melanie parton says:

    Close yr accounts here cant take anything ifvtgeres no account

  • Gonk says:

    Amanda Johnson…talking bollocks….just clap your hands and smile….and say ” fuck em” I know I would. Don’t know how long you been paying but if your sons 19 then I’d say they milked you enough and he ain’t a kid any more and should stand on his own 2 feet. ……OH BUT WAIT……I got it wrong….it’s the pwc that can’t stand on her own 2 feet anymore……even better reason to stop paying the vermin.
    Gonk

  • Gonk says:

    Sarah Louise White on July 30th, 2014 9:18 am
    Pay directly to the mother if u wish to support ur son

    OMG…..DO NOT LISTEN TO ABOVE…LOL…pay directly to the mum…yer right…and she will hand it directly over to your son…PMSL…..NO…DO NOT GIVE IT DIRECTLY TO THE MUM…..Leave the country and enjoy your life free of the shackles. Keep in touch with your son if you want to set up something by way of paying into his bank account to help him out. DO NOT give it to the mother.
    Gonk

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