FS v JS and RS  hit the headlines as an adult child sought financial support from the parents. It involved some interesting points on the limits of Schedule 1, inherent jurisdiction, and reading down/against the grain.
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Resolution's Finance Update offers you a review of significant changes and developments that have occurred over the last year.
Family Law in Partnership reflections arising from Simon Sugar’s presentation for Resolution, January 2020 for The Review.
The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) works for the more than one in four children growing up in poverty. This article for the Review takes a look at their work.
Since 25 November 2013, the Child Support Agency (CSA) will no longer accept new child support cases. All new applications are now dealt with under the new scheme, with new rules, by the Child Maintenance Service (CMS).
This section covers financial provision for children where there are international aspects (although it does not cover enforcement of child maintenance). Most likely, one or both of the parties are non-British nationals and/or reside in different countries. Or both parties might be British but reside abroad.
We've compiled answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about child maintenance.
Child maintenance is regular, reliable financial support paid towards a child’s everyday living costs. The parent without the main day-to-day care of the child (the parent who pays, previously called the non-resident parent or NRP) pays child maintenance to the parent with the main day-to-day care (the parent who receives maintenance, previously called the parent with care or PWC). In some cases, a grandparent or guardian can be paid child maintenance if they are the child’s main carer.