I am a 27yr old male who has 2 children, My first child was conceived as part of a marrage but unfortunately my wife met another man who was finacially better off and decided to leave. My second child child was conceived in a loving relationship where again my partner left after meeting a man on the internet who was finacially better off. I have never met my first child as my ex-wife lives very far from me, and my ex-girlfriend has moved in with her new partner who has a jealous approh to our friendship. Again this results in me not seeing my child because I cannot risk 'upsetting' him. My problem is I am still expected to pay a large chunk of what little wages I get to 'support' my child, which I see being spent on the mothers own 'things' and not my childrens.

 My idea is twofold, 1 If the resident partner decides to leave for another partner because of cheating or sexual gratification. And the partner has no good reason for leaving (e.g. was not a victim of domestic violence, they were not the ones left or cheated on etc). Then they should forfiet any rights to financial support from the abandoned non-resident partner.Especially if the non-resident partner is given no access to their child.

2 If it is found that the resident partner has a guenuine claim for support from their ex, then the support money should be padi to the government to assist with payment for benefits or (and this is the one I prefer) The paid monies should be placed into an account to be saved for when the child reaches 16 or 18 so that the child can benefit from a good start in life and the money not be wasted on 'nights out' or 'Luxuries' for the resident parent.

Why is this idea important?

Their are too many farthers, and indeed a few mothers. Who are paying large sums of money to partners who were unfaithful and self-creating of their relationship break up of which the money they receive is spent on their own 'delights' rather than the childs and I thought that is what the CSA is for, THE CHILDREN. Also a non-resident parent should ALWAYS have the right to see their children and if that is not granted then they should not have to pay anything.

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