Maybe this couple didn't do everything exactly right but they are at least trying to work out some sort of affordable payment.
Doesn't look like it to me - for a start, she doesn't even work full time.
Read the post, the 150Z was a temporary measure only!
It's rather obvious that it wasn't temporary, but rather intended to see if they could bully her into accepting. The ex-wife in question obviously saw right through it (especially as he's earning over 6000zl a month) and went straight to the court.
Back in Boston Lincs most of the Polish men + plenty of Brits openly boast about NOT PAYING their child support!!! This bloke has always paid something!
He's paid buttons for years - had this agreement been made through the court, he would've been on the hook for 600-700zl minimum a month. The fact that he decided to have more kids when he can't even afford to keep his child in Poland properly says it all.
He was trapped into a marriage and at least has attempted to pay his way, the woman won't even let him see his kid, even before he remarried or met his 2nd wife,some mother eh?
Doesn't matter. The child shouldn't be punished financially because of the father's absence.
Doing the maths between the OP and her husband they are earning roughly 1550-1600 quid per month, rent alone is around 800-900 quid a month in Eire, the cost of living is higher and the benefit system is much stricter, so they won't be getting handouts.There is also high unemployment so a second job isn't likely. They will struggle to give anything, though they are willing to at least try!
I'm sure she could easily pick up a couple of bar shifts a week. Struggling? It seems to me that she wants to keep more money for herself, to be honest.
Ever heard of childcare costs, unemployment etc.... it might not be possible/economic to work more than 19 hours a week, why should her 3 kids go without, the woman in Poland has free rent, a guarunteed job and mum/dad pandering to her!
Then she should have considered this before deciding to breed with him. If she can't afford to look after her kids with him, then she should have done the mathematics first. The woman in Poland's situation is neither here nor there - the courts in Poland will give her a minimum of 600zl a month regardless of personal circumstances - and because he's earning well by Polish standards, he can expect to pay more.
You are aware that she was asking advice on how to screw an eight-year-old child out of his rather modest child support payments, aren't you? Why you think she deserves any sympathy is beyond me.
Brutal, absolutely brutal - but honest and true.
It's pretty obvious that she thinks that the Polish child deserves nothing.
Worth pointing out that even she accepts that the cutting of the maintenance to 150zl was done out of spite, not for financial reason