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07 Oct 12 #359740 by harejlc
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Pls can you help me.

My ex husband has without warning failed to make my monthly periodical payment to cover our joint mortgage.
The order also has a penal notice against it as he failed before to pay.

Please can you advise next steps. I do not earn enough money per month to your this mortgage payment alone.

He has just returned from honeymoon and no stopped his commitments to his old family.

If i go back to court will the Judge enforce him to make back payments to me

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07 Oct 12 #359748 by MrsMathsisfun
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Yes a court would make him pay up if thats what the court order states he cant just stop paying although he could apply for a variation.

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07 Oct 12 #359751 by Fiona
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Have you any idea why your ex has stopped payments? Before going to court you should write formally stating that arrears need to be paid and you would like to try and resolve the issue before involving the courts. If the matter can''t be resolved and he is PAYE you can ask the court for an attachment of earnings so that the arrears and future payments are deducted from his earnings.

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