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    Can you ladies please read my latest post and give me your options/ advice.

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    Ana Gram I apologise up front but do you mind if I hijack your thread to ask a question about CS?? I didn't want to post yet another thread on the topic!!

    My question is this: DS's dad pays CS. We have a private agreement that works well and he pays on time each month. He has recently changed jobs and wants to now pay fortnightly, which is fine. But here is my quarrel... He is due for his monthly payment next week so in my mind he should pay that, then two weeks later pay two weeks worth and then again fortnightly thereafter.

    But he thinks he just needs to pay a fortnight a worth next week, then continue on every fortnight thereafter... I don't think this is right as I'm due double that as it's paid in arrears...?

    I haven't queried it with him yet as I want to get my facts straight first! He said he'll pay more CS from now on also as he can afford more, but I think he needs to pay a full month first before commencing fortnightly payments....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeetTheBluths View Post
    Ana Gram I apologise up front but do you mind if I hijack your thread to ask a question about CS?? I didn't want to post yet another thread on the topic!!

    My question is this: DS's dad pays CS. We have a private agreement that works well and he pays on time each month. He has recently changed jobs and wants to now pay fortnightly, which is fine. But here is my quarrel... He is due for his monthly payment next week so in my mind he should pay that, then two weeks later pay two weeks worth and then again fortnightly thereafter.

    But he thinks he just needs to pay a fortnight a worth next week, then continue on every fortnight thereafter... I don't think this is right as I'm due double that as it's paid in arrears...?

    I haven't queried it with him yet as I want to get my facts straight first! He said he'll pay more CS from now on also as he can afford more, but I think he needs to pay a full month first before commencing fortnightly payments....?
    Call CS and get their opinion. If you are correct they will call him and tell him

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Call CS and get their opinion. If you are correct they will call him and tell him
    I just spoke with him and both of us are confused... Prob because he was still giving me money after he moved out before DS was born so it sort of blended inti CS after DS was born... But according to the CS website:

    'Payments are in arrears, not in advance, which means that payments are for the past week, fortnight or month (not the upcoming week, fortnight or month).'

    he has agreed anyway so I suppose it makes sense.


 

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