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I know that you can off set a child that you have in your current family against your CMS calculation providing you are in receipt of family allowance

I have another child who is partly financially depend on me he is 25years old and is in receipt of PIP for mental health issues does anyone know if I can include him in the calculations

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Maybe best just to ask them when I phone them regarding payment methods

 

A new claim was started by my ex she has ticked the collect and pay option

I want to go down the direct pay route to avoid the £18 per week charges

 

When the old case was closed by the csa last week I paid through am attachment of earnings order which I was happy with

 

Has anyone had any experience with this situation

 

When I spoke to child maintenance options they said it was my choice how it was collected and that I may at worse be offered a part collection and part pay direct option for a 6 month probationary period without charge has anyone done this

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No, he would not count as an additional child as he is not eligible for child maintenance himself being over 20 and not in full-time education or equivalent. However, if he is unable to work due to his health condition, he should claim Employment and Support Allowance or Universal Credit (depending on postcode), otherwise he should claim Jobseekers Allowance or UC if he is fit enough to work. Neither will affect his PIP claim.

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Thank you

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