She has a new order from the court in Nottingham, the child maintenance has been put on the order and sent to the court in Jersey.
Another is for the court bailiff to serve him a notice to appear in court concerning his debt for the divorce costs which he was ordered to pay.
He has also been ordered to fill in a financial form E and send to the court.
I have copies of the orders but they are in jpeg format and I am having trouble attaching them to this message.
Thank you for your reply and apologies for delays in replying. My daughter was wanting to know if he could choose to ignore everything because he is living in Jersey and what the consequences would be if he did and the best course of action to take.
I have already taken on board your suggestion to have a process server and have asked my daughter to try and recover a copy of the N39 form from the court bailiff for this purpose. Could the order concerning the Form E be served in the same way because he has returned the copy sent by her. The bailiff has tried to serve the N39 at his mother's address without success and that is the only address he is registered to on the mainland.
He still does some work on the mainland, but I believe everything is paid in Jersey.
Asyou can see I have managed to attach images of the court orders if you are able to read them.
My daughter, Julia visited the court this morning and was told that it was not possible to give her a copy. I haven't had chance to ask her why yet, but it doesn't sound right to me. After all she has paid the fee for the N39 Form.
Could you please advise?
I am going to pay the money for court costs owed by my daughter to the solicitor who acted for her during the divorce. I am doing this to save her the stress of going to court and the risk of having a County Court Judgement against her. Her ex. was ordered by the court to pay these costs and at the time he said he would make payment directly to her solicitor, which he hasn't done so far. As I have said she is still trying to recover this debt from her ex.
Is there any way that after paying the solicitor that I could take action to recover the debt for myself, in other words could I become the creditor. I need to do this because my daughter is completely worn out with everything and her health is deteriorating.