Whilst I am grateful for the Child Maintenance Service as I know many children are being financially supported by non resident parents – the system is not fit for purpose in instances of domestic abuse. The Lion King to my dear son-in-law I didn’t give you the Gift of Life mug
The Lion King to my dear son-in-law I didn’t give you the Gift of Life mug
School shoes, trainers, football boots ,wellies, and all the usual things that children have the right to expect – toys, bikes, access to a computer and WiFi to complete homework, a phone so they can stay safe and contact both parents, days out, trips away, birthday parties , family holidays transport to get to the shops, health appointments,school (if a distance away) Court to respond to non resident parent’s repeated applications – meetings with solicitor and CAFCASS !!!!child contact handover all these things are what resident parents use child maintenance for Or maybe it is OK for the child/Children to only have these when they are with non resident parent. And for the resident parent to have to simply wait year after year for legislation to catch up with the very complex nature of domestic abuse and coercive control.