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09 Aug 22 #519792 by Topaz99
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I am hoping that someone can help me with some advice. My ex husband of 7 years decided to underpay me this month, I won't go into the details why.

I sent an e-mail with a deadline but it was ignored. I refuse to just roll over and accept this but I am battle weary!

As I see it I have two options, one being apply to the court with the enforcement form or apply to CMS. The CMS calculation is higher than the global order however, he is supposed to send me information on his company accounts as part of the order and he has not done this either. It seems quite stressful to go through court but relatively straight forward from the form point of view. Would this avenue mean I have to appear in court again?

Or do I just go down the CMS route? He is a high earner but has money tucked away everywhere and receives dividends, so he may try and hide things, but my understanding is if the CMS calculation was less than the global order that still applies? What happens if there is a dispute on the days the children stay with him?

One final thing, child maintenance is to be paid until they finish uni education but I think CMS is only until 18? How does that work does the global order just kick back in?

I have spent a fortune on legal fees over the years so ideally would like to avoid this route.

Thank you for any advice.

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