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Clare, Family Solicitor
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I split with my ex Husband in 2006 and I remarried and so has

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I split with my ex Husband in 2006 and I remarried and so has he. He pays CSA, but recently our son has been diagnosed with dyslexia which I paid for the test costing £450, he did not contribute, which is fine. However, I asked him for half of the tuition fees for a private tutor so that our son could have the urgent support he needs as outlined in his dyslexia report. He refused point blank stating it was not his responsibility. Is there anything I can do, as my self and my now husband can not cover the cost of all of this tuition each month.
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I shall do my best to assist you but I need some further information first.
How much does your ex earn?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Around £19,000 a year, he pays £260 a month CSA

Doe she have other children?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
He does not have any other children
What income do you and your partner have?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
None for myself and £12,000 for my husband
You are entitled to make an application to the court under Schedule 1 of the Children Act using a Form C1
and paying the fee of £200.
I am afraid that it is far from certain that the court will grant your application since he is paying his CSA assessment already and he is not a high earner
Sorry that I cannot be more encouraging - but please ask if you need further information
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