The only information I would like to share is that my husband earns monthly ca 1850 pounds. We live separated and I need to know what amount of maintenance I should expect for my children 11 and 8 and for me (if I am entitled) , at the moment I am looking for a job.
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I'm sorry, but this is not an instant service because weare all solicitorsin practice. We all have clients and court and other users on this site andtravelling and weekends and evenings etc. So sometimes you may get a responsein minutes but sometimes it may be hours. We also need time to type outanswers!CSA rates of child maintenance for a non resident parent earning £200-£800per week nett, are 12% for one child, 16%for 2 and 19% for 3 or more children living 100% with the resident parent. Thatis reduced by 1/7 for each 52 nights the child stays with the non-residentparent. There is also a reduction in the non-resident parent is responsible forother children. The rates increase for higher earners and decrease for lowearners.CSA child maintenance is payable till the children reach 20 years old or leavefull-time non-advanced education. Non-advanced education is generally classedas a level, not University, but there are some further education courses whichare not classed as advanced. Full-time courses can be as little as 12 hours perweek.
Advancededucation courses include: a degree,Diploma of HigherEducation (DHE), NVQ level 4 or above, BTEC Higher National Certificate (HNC)or Higher National Diploma (HND), teachertraining'Non-advanced' education includesthe following: GCSEs, A levelsNVQ/SVQ level 1, 2 or 3, BTEC National Diploma, National Certificate and 1stDiploma, SCE higher grade or similar
The CSA booklet is here https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/85746/how-we-work-out-child-maintenance.pdf
Which contains lots more info
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