Financial worries? Get one-to-one support

Navigating life while staying on top your finances is hard enough on your own, let alone if you have children

Man considering his financial situation after a separation

If you are separated, divorced, or going through a tough patch in your relationship, money worries certainly won’t help ease things. Worrying about money can often make us feel more emotional at a time when we need to stay rational (as we possibly can).

But whatever your relationship status it need not be like that and whatever your financial situation, there is help available and there is always a solution.

We want you to know that you are not alone which is why Dad.Info is now offering a one-to-one financial support service.

Our financial moderator can offer you support and point you in the way of free guidance and specialist advice.

Post your question on our board here and we will post a reply within 3 days (although we will most likely get back sooner) and send you a direct message. We will also follow up to make sure you get the financial support you need.

 

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    Simon Harvey Sunday, 27 January 2019

    Mr Harvey

    I agree with paying child maintenance but can you tell me what happens if the amount set by the CMS pushes me overboard financially, in otherwise leaves me with negative funds after tax, rent, bills, food. I have to move to a cheaper flat after separation, when my wife walked out to live with another guy and took my son, and even with the savings I will be left with 10 pound a month after bills etc to live on - no money for socialising, dentists, prescriptions, clothes, any fault with car and so on. Will literally be living in abstract poverty. The CMS doesn't seem concerned about outlays and that you have debt too, and seems not to be worried it could also push you out onto the street. What are the options when who is still legally my wife, won't attempt to make a family arrangement, all because she wants to inflict as much pain and suffering as possible?

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