2004-01-28 10:03:44 UTC
Support. I am became aware of this because of a phone call from the DWP
(CSA) where apparently there are two sections, one which deals with benefit
cases and the other which deals with private cases. My contact was from the
benefit case section.
Now my ex-wife and our children is living with her partner, but she also has
a house. She and our children have slept there either 2 or 3 times after
she purchased 2 years ago. The address given to the schools etc is the
partner's address. Indeed the contact number she gave the CSA was her
partner's telephone number. The telephone number for her house being
After this, when I contacted her she initially denied claiming Income
She is in the process of selling this house.
Does this effect the CSA claim at all?
Does the fact that she has a house (she doesn't live in) worth approx
£150,000 have any effect on a claim I am making since one of our children
lives with me? What evidence do I have to supply to convince them she
doesn't live there?