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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon12345 View Post
    sorry i get totally confused by centrelink and csa!!! so i cld tell them that we have a private agreement and they wld prsume he is paying me an xxx amount and so my centrelink payements wldnt be affected? or would they? sorry for being a bit thick about this!
    No, previous poster is wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonky Donkey View Post
    No, previous poster is wrong.
    If the assessment is, say, $200/m then ftb reduces.

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    i loose 40 per fortnight centerlink on a 70 per fortnight child support assesment.

    you will loose money if you say it's a private agrement as they will assume he is paying his assesed amount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    If the assessment is, say, $200/m then ftb reduces.
    Ok, we don't know he is assessed at. I'm thinking that his payments must be relatively high for him to decide flights and related travel costs are worthwhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    If the assessment is, say, $200/m then ftb reduces.

    my assesment is 140 a month and i loose 80 a month from that so you definately loose money before the 200 a month mark

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    he has money for solicitors flights etc but he has informed csa he is unemployed!!!

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    Would it be an option for your partner to adopt your son? This would mean all parental and financial issues will be released from your ex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eat My Fairy Dust View Post
    Would it be an option for your partner to adopt your son? This would mean all parental and financial issues will be released from your ex.
    i would love that, to give my son the father i would choose for him (as a now wiser woman), the one he deserves...apparently though its very rare that adoption is approved nowadays...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eat My Fairy Dust View Post
    Would it be an option for your partner to adopt your son? This would mean all parental and financial issues will be released from your ex.
    Having looked into this myself for my dd who has never seen her biological father, I can tell you it's a hard, long, expensive process. It's also something the bio father has to agree to.

    The court prefers not to go down the road of step-parent adoption, for multiple reasons. There are exceptional circumstances, but they don't make it easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eat My Fairy Dust View Post
    Would it be an option for your partner to adopt your son? This would mean all parental and financial issues will be released from your ex.
    If it really is just financial, he would agree to it I'm sure.

    If not, then he still has a right to his child.


 

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