Any person affected by a decision or who receives an notice of assessment may object to it.
Before you start
Before you object to a decision, you'll need:
- the reference number on your assessment or decision letter
- to check your contact details are up to date in myIR.
You'll also need to give us:
- the reasons or grounds for objecting, selecting them from a list in the form
- any evidence to support your objection.
We need to receive the objection within 28 days from the date of the decision or assessment. If your objection is late, you'll need to tell us why on the form.
In myIR, select 'More...' from the child support panel
Select 'Object to a child support decision or assessment'
Complete the required details and submit
If your objection is late, tell us why on the form.
Call us or email us if the reason for your objection is not on the form. Our contact details are under 'Other ways to do this'.
Log in to myIR
What happens next
We need to receive the objection within 28 days from the date of the decision or assessment. If you already pay child support, you must continue paying until you hear from us.
After we get your objection, we'll review the reasons you've given on your form. We'll then contact you with our decision and any further options you may have.
As a child support customer you must always:
- tell us about changes
- check your information
- tell us if something is wrong.
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