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03 Mar 08 #15601 by joestars
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Hi,

A friend of mine divorced a couple of years ago. He left the house to her and he sees the kids every other w'end. The deal was for him to receive £20k plus interest when she moved house, kids reached 18 or when someone moved in with her for a period of more than 6 months. The latter has just occurred and I know full well that she will try everything under the sun to prevent giving the money.

My friend is reluctant to go to his solicitor due to the stress it may cause but I was wondering how easy would it be to prove that a person is now living at an address? She, no doubt, would be reluctant to admit this in response to a letter.

Many thanks
Joe

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04 Mar 08 #15753 by DownButNotOut
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You simply have to collect enough evidence to convince the court.

e.g.

Evidence of him paying any of the bills or mortgage.

Does he get mail delivered their? from who? did he change his address at his bank? Where do his employers think he lives?
Has he changed doctors?

If you find it hard to get paper evidence then you can resort to a private detective. Who will basically wait outside the house and take pics of the guy arriving and leaving.

Its all very practical stuff.

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