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    Quote Originally Posted by Tildy View Post
    They take the partners income into account now. My DP's CS just went up because we have been living together for over 6 mnths so are now counted as defacto ergo my income now counts.
    THis shouldnt be right unless it has changed recently Australia does not see it the place for a new partner to pay for children that are not theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemyfam View Post
    THis shouldnt be right unless it has changed recently Australia does not see it the place for a new partner to pay for children that are not theirs.
    It's not correct. I think the poster is getting "wage" and "circumstances" mixed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    What?? So my DH's and his ex's new partner's wage is taken into consideration with child support? Is that what you mean?
    Because if you do, that's completely incorrect. My DH could earn 10 million dollars and my ex still has to pay the set amount based on his wage.
    His "circumstances" are taken into account, not your wage.
    Huh??? Does my income play a part in my DH CS payable? If so is it a new thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourbradybunch View Post
    Huh??? Does my income play a part in my DH CS payable? If so is it a new thing?
    Good god no!
    The previous poster is mistaken.
    Sorry to derail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourbradybunch View Post
    Huh??? Does my income play a part in my DH CS payable? If so is it a new thing?

    :O I am having a look now. Otherwise it is a HUGE change. My DP income should have nothing to do with the amount of child support I SHOULD receive from my children's father!!

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    Default Re: Child Support TO BE OR NOT TO BE?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stiflers Mom View Post
    Wouldn't it mean having to lie to authorities to achieve this?
    Yes it would,and I would still do it.

    I would not be claiming any Centrelink payments so this side of things would not be an issue for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsTruth View Post
    Yes it would,and I would still do it.

    I would not be claiming any Centrelink payments so this side of things would not be an issue for me.

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    Partner's incomes aren't included (although when I tried for a re-assessment based on extremely high child care fees they stated in their response to me that my "DP can pay for the other expenses")..

    My DP's income has nothing to do with the CS I receive, and my XDP's partner's income has nothing to do with the CS he pays thank goodness. I don't want his partner paying part of his CS, it has nothing to do with her.

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    Well thats what they told my partner, Ill have to double check if that is the case. They said that he had to pay more cause I live with him now and they are taking my income into account. The whole, whats mine is yours type thing. Im gonna be annoyed if it all rubbish and we have been paying extra for no reason. Ill defiantely look into it.


 

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