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    Sounds like you did well just to tell him to eff off!

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    Big hugs MTB. Xxx You tell him to f@ck off as much as you want, sounds like he deserves much worse.

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    I've done a complete 180 lately and am sick of him complaining to me about money. He earns plenty and manages it badly, so when he says he is short on CS this F/N I am ropable because I know DS is his last priority!

    My one saving grace is that one day DS will understand what his dad and that woman put me through and he will be ashamed of his dad and inspired by his mum

    Meanwhile, I think I need to go overseas for a few months!!

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    YAY on tell him to F*** off. Personally if exDH doesn't give me the money for C/S then I will be letting C/S agency do it. Either way he is responsible for helping pay for his children just like any other person

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leahmaree View Post
    At least he 'tries'! My DDs father has bought 2 boxes of nappies in her 6 months of life. Seen her once in the last 4 months.
    It's sad isn't it

    Ex did not contribute anything in her first year. He started paying CS when i instigated mediation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikki61087 View Post
    YAY on tell him to F*** off. Personally if exDH doesn't give me the money for C/S then I will be letting C/S agency do it. Either way he is responsible for helping pay for his children just like any other person
    Our CS recently went up so he had to pay more. I got the letter, waited 2 weeks and he still hadn't increased it so I sent him a text, he said he'd 'try'. I checked this morning and he still hadn't sorted it out. So I told him he will be back paying me havent heard from him as of yet lol. And if he doesn't then I will let CS collect. Only problem is he is overseas so it will take ages for the money to come through.

    You inspired me meetthebluths I'm sick of taking his high and mighty cr@p. I have been a peace keeper for far to long!!!

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    I agree with PP who said CS isn't a choice. You know, I don't exactly jump for joy spending hundreds on school clothes, $50 on fruit alone for the week, and all of the associated bills that come with having a child but it's a fact of life that kids cost money and parents have to pay it. It's called being a 'grown up'.

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