There is a massive loophole in the CMS wording of legislation – my ex ( never seen his daughter once in 15 yrs) is fighting against a CMS calculation. It went to Tribunal and I/ Secretary of State won, now he has appealed and it is at Upper Tribunal level – he is very well off, I am just a nurse, he has a barrister helping him. How can I find help at a high legal level. This case could change the legislation as it is the first of its kind. I have a Member of Parliament waiting to take the result to the House of Commons and petition a change in the calculations depending on the result of the case. I received papers today and have 28 days to reply.
All i can suggest is the Bar Council and Bar Standards websites. I cannot find the two Barristers who represented me, probably retired by now, but i didn’t win either time, if it can be called winning. It is unusual for a man to be the winner. You are not ‘just’ a nurse you are important as a mother and in your job. I find it hard to understand why a man would not want to see his child in all those years or help support them if he’s well off. My son has not seen his mother for 37 years and i’ve never received a penny from her. I wish you good luck with the Tribunal and best wishes to your daughter.
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