Campaign to raise awareness of child support changes

Divorce|September 11th 2014

The Department for Work and Pensions has launched a new campaign designed to highlight the forthcoming closure of Child Support Agency (CSA) cases.

A series of press, radio, and online advertisements aimed at parents with existing CSA arrangements will highlight their options for filing a new claim with successor organisation the Child Maintenance Service (CMS).

The campaign begins with advertisements in national newspapers the Daily Mirror and Daily Record. It will run until March of next year.

Information on the changes is also available to parents on two separate sites – the first on the official government site and the second on the Child Maintenance Options site.

In May, the Department for Work and Pensions wrote to parents dependent on CSA arrangements to warn them of the imminent introduction of collection fees.

Author: Stowe Family Law

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