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Ex not told cms of new career

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Lifeisabloodysoap Mon 03-Apr-17 22:21:21

My ex has been in a new job for minimum 3 months now. I don't know the exact times as I am not allowed to know about him at all his cousin told me by accident.

I phoned cms as soon as I found out and they said unless I know the exact station he is working in they are stuck? Is this true? I have no way of finding out where he works and the cousin I speak to isnt allowed to know either?

Collaborate Mon 03-Apr-17 22:45:53

They can have access to his tax records, so assuming that he's employed, he'll be PAYE. They've not got that right at all.

MrsBertBibby Tue 04-Apr-17 07:15:38

It will come up on the next annual review. For an earlier review, I suspect they would need more concrete information.

When are you due a review?

Lifeisabloodysoap Tue 04-Apr-17 07:57:49

He is employed by the police force so finding out what station he is in is tricky for me as there is so many.
Mrs I have no idea when I am due a review I didn't even know they done one. I have only been using cms since October

Collaborate Tue 04-Apr-17 08:03:34

I wouldn't think you'd need to tell them more than which force he's working for. All payroll will be centralised.

katronfon Thu 06-Apr-17 09:43:21

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katronfon Thu 06-Apr-17 09:44:39

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Lifeisabloodysoap Thu 06-Apr-17 10:38:50

He has had a significant wage rise of nearly 600 a month would they consider that enough to look into it do you think?

Collaborate Thu 06-Apr-17 10:49:19

katronfon has got it right.

From here:
Either parent should tell the Child Maintenance Service or CSA if the paying parent’s income increases or decreases by:

25% or more for Child Maintenance Service cases
5% or more for CSA cases which began after 3 March 2003

So it depends on whether you're an old case or a newer one, and whether the pay increase (gross pay under the new system) is more than the 5 or 25%

katronfon Thu 06-Apr-17 11:17:51

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