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How can I prove that my son lives with me?
edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Benefits & Tax Credits
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Due to concerns for my 12 year old Son's welfare at his mothers I have taken the decision to have him live with me permanently & see his mother for a few hours per week. There is no Court order in place however Social services have been involved. Last week I posted my ex a Parental Plan given details of when she will see my Son. This is all in line with what my Son wishes too. Various organisations including Family Lives have advised me to stop paying my ex Child Maintenance & also to put a claim in for child benefit which I have done. I have a suspicion that my ex will lie about how much contact she has with my son in order to keep receiving the child benefit. If this happens is there any way that I can prove that my Son lives with me?