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Ancillary Relief

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07 Jul 07 #1213 by blessingindisguise
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Hi guys

Am back from hols. had fun time!!!:)now have date for first appointment in court. got 3 moths froom now!*?:(is this normal? please to bring this forward has been declined by HMRC. however, x2b has gone into hiding. court posted docs directly to his work place. what if he chooses to ignore them? do not know where he lives but i do know where he works. any ideas on how to track him down? he is not registered on the voters roll. do you think his bank is obliged to give me his address if i explain issues to them?

he's got no contact with kids and has refused to pay any maintanance:sick: .i live in the FMH which is jointly mortgaged and he's again refused to contributing to this either:angry: . any suggestions to make him pay something?

Help!!!!

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09 Jul 07 #1253 by DownButNotOut
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An inexpensive and effective way to serve him could be to get from the court a copy of the docs they sent to him and re-send them to his work yourself using premium postage service which requires his signature. You could also pay for a service where someone will take docs to his work and serve them in person.

As things progress as part of financial disclosure he will have to produce bank statements/credit card statements/pension valuations and many of these documents will have his address on.

At any stage during ancillary relief proceedings you can apply to the coutr for interim maintenance. This takes perhaps 6 to 8 weeks to achieve results.

Or you can apply to the CSA for maintenance.

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