Backdating option scandal

The casual reversal of that most fundamental of legal principles , the burden of proof, suggests that the CSA has occasionally behaved more like the secret police in a dictatorship than the arm of a parliamentary democracy.

And clearly the Court of Appeal found the arguments convincing.

It seems the CSA is destined to die as it lived: in the midst of controversy.

October 31, 2012 Categories: Child Maintenance Service & CSA, Children and divorce, Finances and Divorce Tags: child maintenance, Child Maintenance Service, Child Support Agency, Court of Appeal, finances and divorce I would like to know where is the enforcement of Contact Orders?

The DWP should extract their ill-witted heads from their pompous backsides and wake up to the gross imbalance off justice that they ‘support’ and oversee on a daily basis.

The spokesman added: “Regrettably, we need every enforcement measure at our disposal to ensure the minority of irresponsible parents pay for their children.‪ It is important to stress that this judgement does not question the legality of bringing parents who repeatedly refuse to pay for their children to the attention of magistrates, who can then decide whether to send them to prison.The crap that we mothers have to put up with because of vindictive, twisted ex partners is horrendous.I should be the one on sickness benefit, he gave me a breakdown. I wouldn’t be so quick to discount suicidal thoughts.Men are far more likely to contemplate suicide than women.Here’s a link to a guardian article, a left wing feminist publication not known for its fair treatment of men, bit even they recognise it is a gender issue: What the Guardian doesn’t appear to recognise is that divorce and separation, losing regular contact with children, losing the majority of your assets and being forced by the courts to start all over again at the age of 40 or 50 is one of the main causes of suicide in men.

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