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Is There Any Way I Can Enforce Child Maintenance?

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30 Apr 12 #327409 by BoysMum
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Hi,

I would be grateful for any help.

I am separated although never married. Me and my ex have 2 children together. He was previously living abroad and never helped to financially support the children.

On his return to the UK in Aug 2011 - I contacted the CSA. They tracked him down, and he would not comply with them. As a result, they put a Default Maintenance Assessment in place. He refused to pay.

The CSA have applied for a Liability Order which is this Thursday 3rd May 2012. As a result, my ex has now moved back to Spain to avoid paying.

Is there any way I can have the Liability Order Enforced abroad?

Many thanks in advance.

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30 Apr 12 #327425 by mumtoboys
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you need to google REMO....long haul, I suspect, but as it''s an EU country, you should have a positive outcome eventually.

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30 Apr 12 #327448 by BoysMum
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mumtoboys,

thanks for that. I have just called the courts and it seems quite straight forward. The bonus being, there is no fee to pay either!! They are sending the forms out to me today, so I will keep you updated.

Thanks for the help.xx

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