I did say he started college in Sept LAST year and stopped attending in MARCH THIS year...
My last payment was on the 21st March 2014 and my son was 18 on the 2nd Nov 2014 so that is 32 weeks at £ 150 pw which amounts to £ 4,800....its actually the 1st time i,ve worked it out so she is trying to get more than required but it doesn't change the fact that he was not attending college
None, only the word of one of my other sons. There is. however evidence of him not attending college if I were allowed access to his attendance records.
I wouldn't ask him to, it would jeopardise our relationship
There isn't, I received a letter from the courts saying the money had to be paid immediately but I dont have that amount of money.
yes to both
My ex said that he was attending college the whole time apart from when he had a couple of weeks off because of a car accident ,in which, he was not even scratched.She produced a letter from the college saying he was enrolled there but no evidence of his attendance.
I was told by letter to arrive early for the hearing so I could put my case forward before the hearing. This never happened but when called into the hearing my ex came out of an interview room, so it would appear that she had her time before hand.
Because I had nothing to prove that he was not attending due to the college being obstructive the magistrate took her word for it.
Why would she be waiting in an interview room
nothing on oath....it was really just her saying that I had not paid anything since March and as I had nothing to back me up it was just my word against hers
He's now 18 so it makes no difference