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It was stamped in 2009, is he not in breach of the order as it clearly states he is responsible for looking at the RIP each year and hasn't done so?
This is something that I don't particularly want to go through the CSA as I do have to work a couple of nights a week and therefore my ex husband has him for three nights and I have him for four nights. However, my job enables me to be flexible and I have him every day through school holidays which means we don't have to pay for child care. If I apply to enforce the last 12 months of the arrears, how do I do this? Is there anyway of protecting me as a single Mother who does need to work, or could I ever be in the situation of losing my son because I work two nights a week? I fit my business around my ex husbands work as it is. What age can a child decide who they want to be with as he is 9 now and although of course wants to see his Dad, has told me he would rather be with me
With all respect you're not answering my questions. Please can you look at what I'm actually asking. Thank you very much.
Well, since 2009 the RIP supposed increases equate to around 3-4k over the years and he reduced the child maintenance in April 11 from 400 to £300 per month. Therefore £2000. I earn approx £30k per year and he earns approx £80k, he claims not to have had a salary increse in the last 5 years. What do you think?