Achieving financial security and income adequacy for children and young people, alongside their parents and caregivers, is vital to ensure positive outcomes for families. Research shows that family separation can lead to poverty for both parents, but the risk of persistent poverty is greater for single resident parents, around 90% of whom are women.
We welcome The Child Support Collection (Domestic Abuse) Bill at Westminster. But we have worked alongside Fife Gingerbread to brief lawmakers on ways they could make it even better.
You can read our joint briefing in the window below, or download it from here.Child Support Collection (Domestic Abuse) Bill - TPA and Fife Gingerbread