Friday 4th September 2015 – I Contacted My Member Of Parliament’s Office/Team To Complain About CSA And Child Benefit

I phoned my MP’s office/team today, to ask for their help with regard to CSA and Child Benefit issues. I complained to Councillor “T” that HMRC/Child Benefit can take up to 12 weeks to process my claim. I also complained that:

  • my Ex is still receiving Child Benefit (despite eldest child residing at my house since early June 2015)
  • my Ex can reduce amount of maintenance he pays me, by pretending eldest child is still a dependent member of his household.
  • that the newly assessed figure of £67pw CSA maintenance isn’t being backdated to when my Ex ought to have informed the CSA of his increased earnings (at least 12 months prior!)
  • that HMRC/Child Benefit failed to properly investigate eldest child’s living arrangements for between July 2013 and mid-April 2014, when she lived elsewhere, but my Ex pretended she still lived in his household.

Councillor “T” will look into these issues for me, and get back to me.

[Total call duration 8.5 minutes]

About slowlyrotting

I am constantly having to deal with several different benefits issues. I've got Appeals and Tribunals coming out of my ears. I've lost count of the formal complaints I've had to make. I've kept paper records of most of my interactions with the DWP, HMRC etc for years, so I've literally got several hundred posts (maybe thousands) to compose for this website. I can't post them to here as quick or as often as I'd like to, for a variety of reasons. I intend to go back years, eventually. But at this rate, I don't think I'll ever get to post everything I want to. You can see from what I've put up so far that I've got a lot of crap to deal with. I'm probably not even 1% or 2% done. I am slowly rotting....................
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