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Court Procedures for Obtaining Child Support
Court Procedures for Obtaining Child Support
If a non resident parent fails to comply with maintenance requests the best solution is to sue them for child support. Understanding court procedures makes the process…...
Disputes over Paternity
Disputes over Paternity
What happens if there is a question mark over a child's paternity? This article discusses the issues relating to child support payments....
Distribution and Payment: What is Involved?
Distribution and Payment: What is Involved?
Child support payments are mostly automatically deducted from the non resident parent’s income. However, child support payment arrangements can vary considerably....
Duration of Child Support Orders
Duration of Child Support Orders
Paying maintenance for a child’s upbringing is a big commitment for any parent to make. Supporting the child however, is a parent's responsibility and may require…...
Income: Protected, Assessable and Exempt
Income: Protected, Assessable and Exempt
Find out how the CSA classifies different types of income under the 'old rules' relating to child maintenance calculations....
Non-Payment and Visitation / Penalties
Non-Payment and Visitation / Penalties
What happens to visitation and contact if a non-resident parent isn't paying child maintenance? Find out here....
The Use of Child Support Payments
The Use of Child Support Payments
It is generally expected that children will share in the living standard of both parents, after a separation or divorce. Acknowledging an acceptable way of spending…...
Who Can Apply for Child Support?
Who Can Apply for Child Support?
Find out here who can apply for child support and whether pre-existing arrangements will have any effect on your application....
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