When the CSA decided my ruined life was worth £75 …

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6 Responses

  1. Jennifer says:

    Omg this rings so true for my son . CSA is scarily sick, we have all suffered but my son and grandson the most. Fortunately I was able to help my son financially but it has prevented my own plans for retirement and got me into financial difficulties. I hate it that the government can twist the knife like this and push healthy young men to the brink of suicide and self destruction. I have seen both sides where female friends exes pay no maintenance and get away with it whilst those that pay are hounded for more and more money . Why? because they are honest law abiding and want to be involved with their children and they are easy to chase down for money. It is despicable treatment. Thank you for sharing this story

  2. Samantha says:

    No to mention the men that always pay the amount instructed, while the ex for no good reason refuses to let him see his children. Yet she get away with it. These csa payments should be withdrawn from these women. She wants to cut out the father she should be penalised using the money she is still prepared to take regardless.

  3. leigh says:

    Karl McMeekin Excellent article and very well written. I have so much in common with what this man went through. I’ve been forced on to universal credit/dole for the first time in over 20 years! 🙁

  4. leigh says:

    Scott Edwards Bloody hell. I knew it could be bad, but Jesus. I’ll find NACSA and get in contact.

  5. leigh says:

    Andy Loynes Literally could be me writing that

  6. Won’t pay says:

    I agree I won’t work a penny over £100
    A week if kids were here I’d give them the world when they are no longer an age where I have to pay I intend to get rich and rub my exes nose in it I intend to live so good he feels sick justice in my eyes for the 15 years I haven’t been able to live my life

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