Actually 30 minutes ago I got an email and he offered £100 per month but I still think it should be more because of his wage.
His wage has nothing to do with what is fair for the child.
Take the 525 żł and tell him thank you for understanding.
Then keep records of [i]ALL[i] the child's maintenace costs.
(this doesn't include his cell phone and high speed internet costs)
Be reasonable, as in costs for school, school activities, cloths, shoes,
food, health care bills, ect.
If those costs exceed (which no doubt they will) the 525 żł, show him
that junior had a medical bill or dental bill that which exceeded the budget
he expects to raise a child on.
Civil communication with a man that has any accountability or responsibility
usually works better then threatening them with court and prison.
You don't want a challenge, you want what is best for your son.
Women sometimes think that child maintenace should cover their cigarettes and
vodka too for their part in raising the child.
I am not saying that is your case however things like that turn men off very quickly
in giving more to support dead beat mom's.
The first seven years are the hardest raising a child as they take a lot of time.
Now that he can tie his own shoes, make a sandwich, tuck himself in, sit and watch
t.v. by himself, ect. he is becoming easier to raise and much more enjoyable.
You have ten more years of your life to sacrifice for a decision that you made eight
Those ten years will go very fast and I do pray that they will also be your happiest
sharing them with your son.