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    VIC Child Support - Financial Consent Orders - 10 years later

    Financial consent orders (and parenting orders) all sealed and stamped years ago when children toddlers. Ex and I are now on semi-amicable terms when it comes to raising our children, co-parenting OK. Money matters is a different story. He refuses to discuss finances, bordering on abusive...
  2. jazakAllah

    VIC Child support for temp resident

    My friend is temporary resident with 5 children while her ex husband is awaiting protection visa. The chidlren are all born. In Australia and they have been living since 8 years in Australia. Is he eligible for child support based on residence?
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    QLD FAMILY of 3 benefits

    Dear members of the Forum, I hope this message finds you well. My name is Ludek, and I recently moved to Australia from the Czech Republic with my family. We are currently residing near Brisbane and consist of three members: myself, studying commercial cookery, my wife, and our three-year-old...
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    child support agency fraud

    Has anyone in this forum been prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecution regarding Commonwealth fraud, specifically Child support fraud? If so what was your experience and outcome? Also does anyone know of any case law on this matter? Thanks
  5. Dpj

    VIC Child support outcome

    Hi All. To those fighting child support to correctly recognise income of other party, please soldier on. I recieved a lift on the other parent's income of 10x to half a million set for +5yrs. Here are some points: 1) applied. Objected. Then escalated to a Tribunal hearing. This enabled me to...
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    NSW Child support and property

    Hi, Just looking for some information regarding my family law case. Just before final hearing in 2019 I had lost my job and was not able to pay child support. Judge made a decision to give a much higher (about 85%) share to the other parent. One of the reasons he gave was that ‘the husband...
  7. KMac83

    QLD I want to claim child support, can my ex husband sue me?

    Can my ex-husband sue me? Background: We separated in 2017 and divorced in 2018. From 2017 - 2020 I spent hours and hours each week negotiating our parenting agreement and asset division via court orders. Whilst it wasn't formally documented (as a financial statement wasn't prepared), I had...
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    QLD Child support debt recovery

    Child support debt recovery question please. I am currently owed nearly $30,000 in child support and it is increasing at the rate of $30,000 a year, CSA were collecting the money from the paying parents wages. The paying parent has disappeared, possibly out of the country, he has nil assets on...
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    Relative judge sitting in support of one of parties in custody dispute

    Is it above board for a well known judge who is a relative of one of the parties in a final custody hearing to sit in court and talk to the ICL during breaks ? I would have thought that's inappropriate in that it's a deliberate attempt to influence the court and put subtle, if not blatant...
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    SA Binding Child Support Agreement – non-periodic payments.

    Where an agreement cannot be made through BCSA (where pre-agreement in writing is required) because parties cannot agree – which ‘Court’ can this be taken for securing an outcome? Is it Family Court or come other court. Is the test “best interest of the children’.. Dispute is over high school...