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Please contact me within 7 working days to let me know when my payments in relation to each child will stop.
My calculation is based upon my net income at [amount] and paying for [number] children: [child A name and date of birth][child B name and date of birth]I am entitled to the following exemptions / discounts: Dear Sirs, RE: Case reference number [enter case number on top of letters]I am writing to enquire when my child maintenance payments will stop.
I currently pay for [child A and date of birth]and[child B and date of birth].
If you think he is the biological father, then once the child is born you can name him as the father (to Child Maintenance Services).
He will then be required to pay child maintenance until he himself proves he is not the father, please see link here .
I calculate that they will turn 16 years old on [date] and [date].
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I am not aware that they will continue to study full-time after this date / I anticipate that they will continue to study full-time until [date] and [date].
The Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission is the governing organisation for all matter relating to child support (known until recently as the CSA).
The rules are set to change slightly but child support itself is around to stay and there will always be a need for an organisation to regulate and administer payment collections.
I am now entitled to the following exemptions / discounts: If there you'd like to know more about child support take a look at: Child Support Payments: A Downloadable Detailed Guide. It's a great resource where you can ask for advice on topics including Child Access, Maintenance, CAFCASS, Fathers Rights, Court, Behaviour or simply to have a chat with other dads.
I have never had any contact with my daughter or her mother even though I have always paid for her - she will be 18 this month and I assume she is doing A -levels as I know she goes to a very expensive private school - Am I correct in assuming I will no longer be liable for payments after her A level course is completed? does her mother have to tell them she has finished?