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Post #31769 by info on September 9th 2010, 4:40 PM (in topic “Sub contractor”)

Sub contractor:

Thank you very much Secretary SPCA!!!!

This is the option we are going to try. I hope that we get somewhere with the objection.

But after speaking to CSA I am not sure that it will get us anywhere. They told me I could try but it should have been taken in to consideration when the COA decision was being made. This made me very angry because we did not know this was an option.

How can they say things like that! It is not like it is easy to find out and it is not like they are going to tell you about it. I have been looking for weeks at ways to help our situation. I was just lucky to find a forum with lots of great help on it.

I know everyone know this already but it just seems so unfair.. The objection form they have told me to fill out doesnt have much information about what to say, but after 4 calls to CSA within and hour, I think I have finally got enough information to send it away.

Has anyone really found that objections work??

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Post #31720 by info on September 7th 2010, 2:44 PM (in topic “Sub contractor”)

Sub contractor:

Thank you for your help.

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Post #31699 by info on September 6th 2010, 2:14 PM (in topic “Sub contractor”)

Sub contractor:

Yes his ex initiated the COA under reason 8. As he changed jobs

Cant remember the exact date and dont have the paper work on me but it came back a couple of weeks a go.

Why is that?

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Post #31697 by info on September 6th 2010, 1:36 PM (in topic “Sub contractor”)

Sub contractor


I am new on here and was just wondering if anyone could give me some information or advice.

My partner has just received his new COA and it says we have to pay his ex a lot more that we already do.

When CSA were getting my partners financial information they got details from his bank account and the last few pays that he had received were a lot higher than what they normally are (due to starting a new job and working 11 hour days,7 days a week to get a job finished) now that that job is finished his pay has dropped a lot but his COA has been set for 2 years.

When I spoke to CSA about his drop in pay they said it has to stay set like that because he is a sub contractor he should have saved for times when his pay is less. But as i said this was a new job so not a lot of time to put money away for the next TWO YEARS…

Anyway I was just wondering if anyone can tell me how CSA work in regards to income from sub contractor as he has a lot of expenses and not all of them are forseen so how can they predict his income?

Also can CSA get financial information from a business bank account or from a joint account and if they can can they garnish from either of these accounts?

Any help would be great..

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