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21 May 12 #332117 by Althea1
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If ex is living in Ireland and not paying maintenance or likely to return to England but has a property over here up for sale, would it be possible to have a charge put on the property?

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26 May 12 #333070 by LittleMrMike
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If ex is living in Ireland and not paying maintenance or likely to return to England but has a property over here up for sale, would it be possible to have a charge put on the property?

Yes, in principle, it could be.

Are there arrears of maintenance ?
Do you have a judgment for them ?

Yes, it is possible, in principle, to have a charging order put on property as a means of enforcing arrears. You may wish to consider registering a pending land action.

You need to seek legal advice promptly. Also, be very careful to log the history of all missed payments.

LMM

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