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Hello, my name is Marcus.
In respect of child support the jurisdiction is the UK where the child is habitually resident.
Unless father pays child support on a voluntary basis you can secure a Court Order (the Child Maintenance Service - formerly the CSA have no jusisdiction when father is overseas unless he is working for a British company). The order is then enforced by REMO if the country where the father is living is a member of REMO.
Where does father live.
Once again that matter would be dealt with by the courts in the UK as your daughter is habitually resident in the UK.
I presume he lives permanently in Italy.
When did you separate and what have the arrangements been since.
What does father want and what would you like to achieve.
That is correct. So at it stands any decision as regards ***** ***** is to be dealt with by the Family Court in the UK.....
You are most welcome.