So Much for a Fairer System – Case 125

This is case study number 125

This is Deb’s Story:

Deb – Tell us about what is going on with your situation?

I read all the stories of hard working/ caring fathers who are being punished yet the a**hole fathers get away with everything.

I separated from my abusive ex 10 years ago when my kids were 2,7,8.

In that time he’s traveled overseas many times lived his life as if didn’t have kids, works full time yet hasn’t paid a thing for his kids in that 10 years.

I pay for their education, uniforms, clothes Home etc while he lives the high life.

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How much did you receive on the old formula?

$74.50

On the NEW formula what will that amount be per month?

$74.50

Are you happy with the new formula?

No

What are your main reasons for being not happy with it?

This new system was meant to be in place to make things fair for all parties but yet again my ex gets the easy road while I work my butt off to provide for my now 3 teenager’s & their father hasn’t made contact in 3 year’s & gets away from his responsibilities yet again!

If child support was a set amount per child split between both parents for the basic necessities, what do you think is a fair amount per month per child?

$300

What else would you like to say?

No cs received so far this year & not putting bets on getting during the rest of the year.

So much for a fairer system more like some have found ways to hide money while I’m yes on a good income but get 800 odd $ for an entire year for 3 kids while others pay more than that a week for less kids.

IRD is a flipping joke.

Deb – Thanks for sharing with us.

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