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Child Support Objection - SSAT reviews

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Most decisions made by the Child Support Agency (CSA) can be challenged in objection process under Pt VII of the Child Support (Registration and Collection) Act.)

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Child Support Objection - SSAT reviews

  1. 1. Social Security Appeals Tribunal (SSAT) Reviews Flow chart - child support Appeal application SSAT notify applicants and Registrar of receipt of applications NoYes Appeal allocate to SSAT case officer Applicant referred back to CSA CSA is notified of application Appeal lodged within 28 days Applicant advised to apply for extension of time Applicant and other party notified of appeal receipt NoYes Other party are offered to the option to participating or being removed as a party SSAT, applicant , and other party receive CAS statement of reasons and other related info Arranging for a hearing appointment or pre – hearing conference Hearing day Pre - Hearing conference YesNo Adjournment Consent ordersNo agreement Decision made Decision and reasons provided to all parties The SSAT informs the Department of Human Services (Child Support) of the decision and the Department is responsible for implementing the SSAT decision. The SSAT has no role in this. The Department of Human Services (Child Support) must implement the SSAT decision or appeal the SSAT decision. If the Department decides to appeal, it must do so within 28 days. This flow chart provides basic information only and is not a substitute for a professional or legal advice . It is prudent to obtain legal advice from a family lawyer. See Aussie Divorce for more information on child support matters or to find a family lawyer that you can trust

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