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    Russ29
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    Hi

    Wondering if anyone has any experience here….. I have 2 children in the UK which I pay Maintainence for through mutal agreement with my ex wife.

    I also have a child in Australia, where I had a mutal signed agreement, yet my ex girlfriend has now decided to go through their version of the CSA to gain further money.

    1. Does anyone know how I can enforce the signed agreement that we have, as the Astrailian CSA will not accept what we have.

    Note: I have never broken the terms of the agreement.

    Any advice or experience would be very very much appreciated.

    Russ

     

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    Russ29
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    Hi

    Thanks….. no this was an agreement that we wrote up and signed ourselves. I don’t see how you can sign an agreement and go back on it.

    Is there no way to legally challenge that the original agreement, as it has not been challenged shouldn’t stick?

    Its more of a moral thing for me, than anything else. Can I raise a claim somehow in the UK or Australia, that would recognise this?

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    Russ29
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    Hi

    No she hasn’t really, her financial circumstances changed, so everything was OK until then.

    Her change of financial circumstances, were nothing to do with me.

    Juat frustrates me that you can have an agreement and because she has changed her mind imnleft with no leg to stand on but comply.

    Mum really looking to see if I can somehow get a court to agree with the moral stance of the agreement in the first place.

    It’s like, well my circumstances have changed so I’m going to change what we had in place and was working.

    Hardly fair

     

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    Russ29
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    Thanks……… It not really about the money, its more the whole circumstance.

    My ex chose to move back to Oz, which pretty much means I have zero chance of contact etc. How can it be fair that by none of my own making, someone decides to leave, rendering me no chance of contact, but can then change their mind on an agreement.

    Do I not have any rights in this situation?

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