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22 May 14 #434393 by sadneil
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hi, divorced 10 months, thought all done and sorted. ex had pay off she requested, took all she wanted in household goods , car etc, and signed a Separation Agreement on all this and hrs / contact over our children.she was recently caught not declaring new bloke living with her, and as result had benefits frozen. blames me, so threatning to stop contact with kids as told separation agreement not legal document, and wont account for nothing in court. any help / info much appreciated.

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23 May 14 #434430 by somuch2know2
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Sorry for your grief- I can really relate to your pain.

Firstly- although it is not a court signed contact agreement, it does carry weight. Is your seperation agreement in writing? If you want to make it legal, fill out a C100 pay the local court fee and wait for your quick 1/2 hr in court to get it stamped

When completing the form- keep it simple.
Say there is a seperation agreement but because she blames you for her benefit being stopped that she has stopped contact (she will have had to stop it rather than threaten to).

Send a copy of the agreement, and say you want it turned into a legally binding document.

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23 May 14 #434469 by sadneil
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ok thanks, where can I get a c100 form please

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23 May 14 #434472 by rubytuesday
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Hang on - before you go charging off to court, you need to consider and attempt non-court dispute resolutions, ie mediation. You will need to have part of the C100 form completed by the mediator prior to submitting the C100.

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23 May 14 #434473 by sadneil
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thanks again, I am in mediation next Wednesday. she says she doesn''t want to go, and we should sort / agree ourselves. but I am honestly getting upset and abused all the time, and just don''t have any finances to fight, plus don''t know what to do. so thanks again x

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23 May 14 #434474 by sadneil
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sorry, I will need this c100 form for mediation the will I. as I honestly don''t think she will attend.

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23 May 14 #434477 by rubytuesday
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You can find the new C100 by clicking here

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