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12%, flat rate, is that correct, is that on any statute anywhere, it just seems rather low, or at least lower than I expected?
Under what circumstances can he be forced to pay more?
sorry delay in getting back to you and many thanks assistance so far.
So considering my son falls into the less than £800 p/w earning bracket and has no assets other than a car he can't be forced into the nightmare scenario of effectively being wrung out by a court order or the CSA or whatever, there is a legally ratified price liabilities to the child, the mother can't turn around and try to force him to pay more than the 12% or whatever his income at the time dictates?