Posted 20 December 2015
Published on 9 July 2017
In-depth case studies illustrating the loopholes that allow child maintenance avoidance – where paying parents are able to minimise the amount of child support they’re requested to pay. The report shows how rules – and the way that they’re implemented – under the Child Support Agency and Child Maintenance Service mean that some parents are paying sums which bear little relation to their actual wealth.
The report recommends:
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