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Post #20632 by gooner on February 20th 2009, 12:12 AM (in topic “Hi SRL saying hello”)

Hi SRL saying hello:

Dads_R_Tops said
gooner said
We are waiting for final trial date, and we have up to 28 days to file final aff before that date.

Weve been ordered to do one big new one and not to rely on any of our others… Im just getting to grips with mine now…

Im pretty good with affidavits but this one has to be perfect, There is a LOT of annexures
cheerz
 
Where state are u at?
  nsw

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Post #19991 by gooner on February 8th 2009, 8:19 PM (in topic “Are there really that many angry divorced women?”)

Are there really that many angry divorced women?:

If i have any kind of "anthem"… something that cheerz me up when all seems lost its from my all time favourite CD  Misplaced Childhood from my all time favourite band (i saw them three nights in a row once)

now theres  an anthem…..

MISPLACED CHILDHOOD
And it was morning
And I found myself mourning,
For a childhood that I thought had disappeared
I looked out the window
And I saw a magpie in the rainbow, the rain had gone
I'm not alone, I turned to the mirror
I saw you, the child, that once loved

The child before they broke his heart
Our heart, the heart that I believed was lost

Hey you, surprised? More than surprised
To find the answers to the questions
Were always in your own eyes

Do you realise that you give it on back to her?
But that would only be retraced in all the problems that you ever knew
So untrue
For she's got to carry on with her life
And you've got to carry on with yours

So I see it's me, I can do anything
And I'm still the child
'Cos the only thing misplaced was direction
And I found direction
There is no childhood's end
You are my childhood friend, lead me on

Hey you, you've survived. Now you've arrived
To be reborn in the shadow of the magpie

Now you realise, that you've got to get out of here
You've found the leading light of destiny, burning in the ashes of your memory
You want to change the world
You'd resigned yourself to die a broken rebel
But that was looking backward
Now you've found the light

You, the child that once loved
The child before they broke his heart
Our heart, the heart that I believed was lost

So it's me I see, I can do anything.
I'm still the child
'Cos the only thing misplaced was direction
And I found direction
There is no childhood's end
I am your childhood friend, lead me on


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Post #19875 by gooner on February 6th 2009, 9:47 PM (in topic “Is my lawyer telling me fibs??”)

Is my lawyer telling me fibs??:

Dont rely on the brief of evidence not containing much to get you off, my experience is that they are almost totally ignored on the day and it is what is SAID ON THE DAY that will make the decision for the magistrate

In one of my cases the evidence given by the ex was totally different to the evidence in the brief, and i was told so what… its what is being said on the day that matters

and as for her being in deep doggy doo doo if she does not turn up, that is 100% rubbish… all that will happen is that the case will be dropped and nothing more

welcome to the real world

;-)

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Post #19835 by gooner on February 6th 2009, 10:21 AM (in topic “Bonus payments - not again”)

Bonus payments - not again:

D4E said
No doubt bigred works for it though gooner and I have to admit in many ways due to his X being on a high income I can understand that it would be difficult to see how all the CSA that is paid goes to the children, in a lot of cases this is a major issue.

Mind you even people who earn over what Bigred does are still entitled to a portions whats with that ????
  Im not saying people do not work for their money, what i am saying is thata LOT ofpeople would bestrugglingmorethat they sre to meet their legal requirementsand IMO someone on 100k has nothing to moan about when it comes to bonus payments not coming off CSA assessments…

30k, 40k, 50k, 60k… moan away……but seriously… is $2400 really going to make a difference on 100k AFTER deducations, i think not.

If i was on 100k i would be happy to pay some for my kids…after all, thats what life is about isnt it… our children

cheerz

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Post #19813 by gooner on February 5th 2009, 11:52 PM (in topic “Bonus payments - not again”)

Bonus payments - not again:

Bigred said
well I manged to get my income down to $101,000 last year after squeezing every last deduction that I legally could.  ex earns $78k, has sole care so gets $950 for being a tax payer, $950 for FTB part B and $950 because child returned to school.  Add this to the annual FTB (A and B) bonuses and the earlier $1,000 and its a fair sum - $4800 approx.  

Given the underlying principles of the CSA scheme, I think it would be just and equitable to have my CS liability reduced by $2400 pa.    

Erm, a lot of people would only dream of the income you were assessed at, and im assuming that by squeezing every last deduction you actually earnt a fair bit more

Id be happy enough with your income if i were you and i would realise just how lucky i was

I almost wished you had not posted the 100k figure cos now i cant understand all your anti child support payments posts
sorry

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