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  1. manda

    WA child support

    how do i take child support to court i have no active cases the last case ended in 2016, i pay 100.00 mth out my unemployment cheque and they say i owe 11,000 plus i have only ever earn t 49,929.00 the rest of the years i never earn over 14,000 -17,000 i was unemployed from 2012 till...
  2. M

    WA Affect of lump sum on child support

    Hi. Approx 3 years ago I seperated from my wife, all assets were sorted through a Binding Financial Agreement. We had some speccy shares, she didnt want anything to do with them, so she received a larger sum of cash through the refinance of my mortgage. Now ive had a bit of luck. The shares have...
  3. L

    NSW Child Support / Birth Certificate

    Hi there. Hoping for some guidance please. I am currently pregnant and the father will not be involved with the child in the future (the father is aware of the pregnancy and has chosen not to be involved). I am considering applying for child support, however I am hesitant to put the father's...
  4. A

    Mother refuses access to child to increase child support

    Hey guys, I'm looking for some supporting case law or acts that can help out this particular case in favour of the father. Details are: The father had 50:50 shared custody until 11year old daughter had a moody week and wanted to stay with the mum for a while. Father cooperated to give the...
  5. Jenny453

    WA FWC General Protections - Deeds, Tax, Centrelink, Child Support Implications

    Deed of Settlement. Where is it possible to find out how a deed of settlement and compensation paid under general protections FW Act interacts with tax and centrelink. And whether a payment can effect my child support.
  6. A

    QLD Child support fraud

    My ex is earning over $200k per annum - he’s being paid as a contractor through an employment agency into a business he made up. He quit his job earning $185k a year to do this and defraud me of any financial help for his son. How can he get away with this? A change of assessment is so intrusive...
  7. M

    Child support legislation

    I currently pay my ex child support without issue, however I also pay for everything camps, sport fees and uniforms, medical insurance, dental, haircuts, prescriptions, book packs and resource fees for state school..... EVERYTHING!! except usual very minor day to day stuff whilst...
  8. M

    WA Social worker letter of support

    Hi, I am currently in a custody dispute in Sweden. I have recently relocated from Perth to Sweden. In Perth I went to couples counselling (we were referred by our GP after a joint doctors appointment) together with my, at the time partner. I only went one time as, I believed my ex partner was...
  9. Z

    VIC Child Support & Car Loan

    Hold on this is a complicated one. Looking for some advice A couple of years ago I decided to rekindle my relationship with my ex (1 child who is almost 18 now). During this short time (3 months) I was convinced to take a loan for a car and register to her. Since the separation it was agreed...
  10. AdjournedAgain

    QLD Threats of application to vary Court Orders during execution of Approved Consent Order

    I need some help understanding what to do in the following situation.. Apologies for being long winded.. Separated on 31st January 2017. Divorced on 6th January 2018. Court Orders Approved 3rd August 2020 (Inclusive of parenting and financial) In the midst of executing the house settlement...