Yes I am still very much in contact and apart of their lives. My youngest Chloe was 21yrs old Jan and Jodie will be 24 yrs old in March.
Yes and Chloe has done this in writing to the CSA when she was younger, my partners daughter used to write a diary and has notes of them staying, saying Chloe was scared of the thunder storm and they are both getting on my nerves etc but apparently this is not enough.
My appeal was 6/Dec 2004 in which I was awareded shared care, the ex then appealed and it was thrown out and I don't know when she appealed again?? Just know from the ICE account in 2011 that shared care was removed for 2003, 2004 and 2005 and that they had removed my mortgage protection policy this is when I found out how the arrears had accrued.
But I then got varying amounts
so still argued and tried to get this back to tribunal but was told im out of time scales.
I do have a copy of the data file is that what you mean?
In respect of time scales the CSA have said my case is closed therefore I am out of time scales according to them and I'm simply in the hands of a debt recovery department?
The CSA had notified me in 2009 of this debt but I did not understand where from or why? from which I had 30 days but at this point they told me I still had shared care, so I kept arguing what the arrears where?, it was not until 2011 I found out from the ICE that shared care had been removed along with my mortgage protection, I then tried to appeal and was informed I was over the 30days appeal timescale so it was refused.
They are currently saying I have no rights to appeal as the case is closed, my daughter Chloe has not been eligible since 2010, they say they only have 4 years to collect the debt and cant tell me themselves how this debt has accrued and are refusing to recalculate.
I have made a complaint a mandatory reconsideration but they say the case is closed has been to various departments and I can no longer request a recalculation. I was also told they cannot over turn the shared care decision and I will struggle to get this back to tribunal - which does appear to be the case.
I have read through the NASCA website and have followed there advise but the CSA don't appear to be following there own policies and procedures.
I have legal cover through my home insurance as I don't suppose I can get legal Aid? would I be best going to magistrates court? could I get the DEO over turned at Magistrates court? Do you think they would look at the shared care and accrued debt due to removal?
I have tried to make an amicable amount to pay £100 but they state it has to be £200 a month so refusing to remove the DEO, they never even asked what I could afford or even tried to negotiate with me prior they just went for a DEO surely this is not legal, I've never refused to pay I've just argued and tried to push for a payment I can afford, yet again £200 has come out of my wages and they say they don't have to take my mortgage into consideration even though under old rules as the case is closed?
What do you advise I`m at my wits end?
No, currently they have not responded to the mandatory reconsideration I requested 12/12 /13 after receiving another breakdown figure, the CSA are stating the case is closed and its a debt that needs to be collected and they will not reconsider or look at figures again, I was also informed they cannot look at the shared care that was removed and basically told good luck in getting it back to tribunal, this is the conversation I had just last night with CSA.
Although I have still not received any of this in writing in terms of a response to the mandatory reconsideration, and my case is back with Bolton currently and I have just been reallocated a case worker last night.