Thankyou for your reply. They have been divorced for 14 years. My granddaughter is 16 so legally not a child?
Is there no evidence or loop hole we can use with the CSA
Do you know the wording of their policy regarding this sort of situation?
That does not answer my question! I told you that she IS 16years old. Everyone knows that theassessment is done on nights spent at home. I already mentioned that in my original question.
I was hoping for more about the wording of their policy which I can not ascertain.
You have not given me any helpful information at all.
You did say you would get back to me 'today' ie Friday and I still haven't received the information promised and for which I have asked.
Also you have not made it clear if we were to persue the Children Act possibility how we would go about it.
Is this something we can do ourselves or do we need more legal advice?
Thank you for your reply.
I am not after a refund but the situation is somewhat desperate and I just did not know how to proceed.
If you could let me know the CSA information I know how to proceed with the Children Act so we can make some plans.
I did read the section that you advised but because of the stress I am barely able to take in anything which is why I turned to you for advice.
Thank you for all the information is has been very reassuring.
They had a mutual agreement over payments until September when she was admitted to hospital and he cancelled the standing order.
If we went via the Children Act to persue this would we have to apply again later in the year when she will need transport to get to college.
The local school is not appropriate for her and she will need a taxi at least to begin with for her safety to get to school.
The cost is approximately £76 a day.
There is little hope that he will accept any responsibility for this cost.
Would we need to apply twice?