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    I'm after some advice my ex owes me thousands in child support and has just told me he has sent his group certificate to them so they can alter payments- due to the fact he wasn't working for some of last year and the assessment was based on his income when he was working- he has also told me that this will affect the amount he already owes! I thought it would only affect future payments any help is greatly appreciated- ****es me off that he is supporting his gf child and their new baby together yet does nothing for his first child!

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    I was told by CSA they don't alter past payments/amounts. If he thinks the amount doesn't reflect his current circumstances he needs to advise them at the time, not try and change the amount he owes later.

    You should be fine. Good luck, I know it's frustrating

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    Unfortunately I have had past unpaid amounts adjusted if they fell due after the change in circumstances once ex proved the change.

    Good luck.

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    My XH hasn't done his tax for the last two years and I was told that if he does them and has paid more than he should have too bad, he should have done his tax on time and informed csa of his correct earnings. If he hasn't paid enough then he'll have a debt to pay.

    I would be contacting csa for clarification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    My XH hasn't done his tax for the last two years and I was told that if he does them and has paid more than he should have too bad, he should have done his tax on time and informed csa of his correct earnings. If he hasn't paid enough then he'll have a debt to pay.

    I would be contacting csa for clarification.
    I should clarify, the amounts he had paid were not adjusted, only any unpaid portion that became due since his earnings changed.


 

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