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the order was made in1998. it says that i must make maitenance payments to my exwife till my sons reach 18 or until they leave fulltime education whatever to be the latter. My youngest son is now 19 left college in march 2011 and worked part time in several jobs. at my insistance he returned to college in sept 2013, My exwife has gone to court claiming he has been in fulltme education all along and is claiming maintenance arrears to march 2011. the college he was attending states his last attendace was 13th march 2011. Do i have to pay this arrears?
The order was made in 1998 and worded that i had to make payments to my exwife until my sons reached age 18 or had left fulltime education. my youngest son is now 19. He had enrolled at college but dropped out in march 2011 and worked in several part time jobs. In sept 2011 at my insistence he returned to college [different college, different course] I stopped making payments to my exwife because my son was now 18 and working.
My exwife has gone to court claiming my son has been in continual education and is claiming that i am in arrears of maintenance. The college he origionally attended states he was last present on 13th March 2011.
will i have to pay her/
She seen that letter?
So she is lying to court?
Please confirm that he was only not at college from March to Sept 2011
He dropped out in March 13th 2012. worked in at least three part time jobs then returned to a different college in Sept 2013.
he left college in March, but started another college in September 2012.
will i have to pay arrears?
I am getting more confused bythe dates the more you write. First you say he dropped out in March 2011 and hewent back in September 2011.
Then you say he left in Marchbut when back in September 2012
earlier on you said you leftin March 2012 and then went back in September 2013.
Exactly when did he leave andexactly when did he go back?
It does not matter that was adifferent college.
What is the course that he isdoing?