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Can You Change a CSA/CMS Decision?
Can You Change a CSA/CMS Decision?
How CSA decisions can be changed, the circumstances in which decisions cannot be changed, and how to complain against non-changeable decisions....
CSA Decisions That Are Wrong in Law
CSA Decisions That Are Wrong in Law
Sometimes decisions are made that are incompatible with domestic or European laws. We discuss what can be done in these circumstances....
CSA Ongoing Cases: Periodic Case Checks
CSA Ongoing Cases: Periodic Case Checks
The Child Support Agency carry out case checks on their existing files. The frequency of these checks depends on the particular circumstances of the case and whether…...
Employers' Legal Obligations to the CSA
Employers' Legal Obligations to the CSA
If the CSA obtains an attachment order to your earnings for payment of child support, your employer has certain obligations to the CSA by law....
Judicial Review: Decision Exceeded The Power of the CSA/CMS?
Judicial Review: Decision Exceeded The Power of the CSA/CMS?
Decisions that are made that cannot be appealed, revised or superseded may be challenged by way of judicial review. Find out more here....
Supercession: The Powers of the CSA to Supersede a Decision
Supercession: The Powers of the CSA to Supersede a Decision
The CSA has numerous powers to change decisions. Those that cannot be revised may be superseded. Find out more here....
What Rights Does My Ex Have With Regards to Our Children?
What Rights Does My Ex Have With Regards to Our Children?
Some of the most frequent comments we receive from you are about keeping contact with your children and the fear of having them taken away by your ex. Here is an…...
When, Why and How Can a CSA Decision Be Revised?
When, Why and How Can a CSA Decision Be Revised?
This article explains the types of decisions that can be revised, what happens in the event that false information has been given to the CSA, and the procedure, as…...
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