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James1977
(@james1977)
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Hi

I could do with a bit of advice.

Mother has stated to CSA that I earn 80k a year, this is entirely untrue. I honestly earn 30 k a year, and this is shown on my self assessed tax returns.

After two year of information going to the CSA this has now gone to tribunal. The tribunal has requested that I provide all bank statements personal and business for the previous 5 years. 

At this stage I would start needing to seek financial and legal advice. 

However I have been in the legal system now for the sixth year and it is just an ongoing machine that do not understand any form of justice and does not end.  

Mother does not follow the court order in place, so i do not see my daughters, i have no house or assets in this country as I am an E.U citizen. 

I guess what i am asking is: 

Is it better to stay in England and continue with the pain of not seeing my daughters, and attending the court system, the pain of both seemingly endless. 

Or

Should I just return to the E.U and become a non resident 

since Brexit the CSA cannot enforce court orders, neither can the family court. I can then come and go from the U.K six months of the year. I won't have to attend any more courts and can walk up to my daughters without fear from legal authorities. 

Why stay in the U.K, fathers have no rights here,

 

please advise much appreciated

 

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Topic starter Posted : 05/08/2021 12:31 pm
Bill337
(@bill337)
Famed Member

hi,

have you been using a lawyer for the tribunals? if not I would suggest you look up NACSA, they specialize in child maintenance cases: https://nacsa.co.uk/

as for your children, sounds very bad but it's a decision you will have to make. can keep on fighting to see them if there is realistic chance of gaining access.

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Posted : 07/08/2021 3:06 pm
James1977
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Fighting, Fighting , Fighting

 

Since 2018 I have been fighting, however the solicitors want £200 an hour and the Barrister !k a day. Obviously my partner is legally aided as I have been psychologically abuse her in some way !

 

She had me arrested of five occasions, and the Police finally gave up and would not attend to her calls. I have never been charged with any offence. 

She was legally aided 30k I have just myself whilst working to defend myself.  

 

Now the CSA are in for some more fighting, it is a joke in November 2020 my assessment was four hundred pound a month. By March 2021 they increased this to £999.00 per week, and want £3900 for them in collection fees. 

 

Is there any point fighting against such organisations, I mean the tribunal is set up by them and is already on there side before the process starts.

I mean want is the point from being in a police cell to court orders to bankruptcy. When do you say screw if I'm off. 

At least I will maintain some dignity.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Topic starter Posted : 16/08/2021 11:16 am
James1977
(@james1977)
Active Member Registered

Fighting, Fighting , Fighting

 

Since 2018 I have been fighting, however the solicitors want £200 an hour and the Barrister !k a day. Obviously my partner is legally aided as I have been psychologically abuse her in some way !

 

She had me arrested of five occasions, and the Police finally gave up and would not attend to her calls. I have never been charged with any offence. 

She was legally aided 30k I have just myself whilst working to defend myself.  

 

Now the CSA are in for some more fighting, it is a joke in November 2020 my assessment was four hundred pound a month. By March 2021 they increased this to £999.00 per week, and want £3900 for them in collection fees. 

 

Is there any point fighting against such organisations, I mean the tribunal is set up by them and is already on there side before the process starts.

I mean want is the point from being in a police cell to court orders to bankruptcy. When do you say screw if I'm off. 

At least I will maintain some dignity.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Topic starter Posted : 16/08/2021 11:16 am
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