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    Child support - when kids refuse to visit Father?

    Good afternoon everyone, I was hoping to get some advice on a situation my partner is in. He has 50/50 time with his two kids aged 16 and 13. Recently, his kids haven't wanted to attend his house on 'his' weeks. Different excuses are offered each time, however what it comes down to is that...
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    VIC Child support and private school fees

    Hello, My partner has had a lot of issues with his ex in terms of withholding of the children, slanderous allegations and false IVOs and police reports since their break up. All fully investigated and found with nothing to answer to. His eldest child started high school at a private school this...
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    NSW Super Annuation and child support

    If I take $10,000 out of my super when I owe $20,000 in child support does my ex get the Money?
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    Will receiving child support affect my application for more time?

    I was previously paying child support, now the time has stepped up to another (final) stage, I am receiving child support. I am making an application in the foreseeable future to have the orders varied from 5 nights a fortnight to equal time 7/7 (meeting R+A for various reasons). The only...
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    QLD Child Support & Income changes

    hello all my partner has recently convinced child support that she is earning less money even though she has told me she is working more than ever in previous conversations. She is casual, so gets paid for the hours she works. I feel that is lying about this to child support - or worked out...
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    Speration assets fairly

    Hello Together for 8 years Married for 2.5 Have a 3year child together Both had a house when we met but he had a bit more equity. I sold my house and used profits to buy investment house and he used equity. We have our primary residence. His name on title but both on mortgage And investment...
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    LEGAL please Child Support Assessment - TAXABLE INCOME

    Can CSA take my Disability Support Pension as "taxable" income into calculation for care payments ? My understanding was cannot as not taxable income - and ONLY can if you’re Age Pension age. Please I need legal on this, and perhaps link to pdf of website.
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    NSW Child support exemption

    How do i get a child support exemption when the other parent dosent see the child and dosent even pay. I dont want to go through child suppprt collect for safety reasons
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    QLD Relinquishing parental rights QLD

    Hi everyone. My daughter 15 years old. We have had no contact with her Father for approx 3 years. no bday, Xmas messages or phone calls, no care during any hospital admissions, no questions and conversations around schooling. Miss 15 is wanting a passport (we have family overseas... she...
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    WA Child Support Assessment 2019 - 2020

    I received a letter late 2019 from Family Assistance to make a decision about my Family Tax Benefit. The other party is claiming I have only 4% care, back dated to 2012. (I have 21% as per family court orders). I responded Sept 2019 - - - My concern of the back date to 2012. That we had...