Great thank you.
I was just checking because sometimes the orders are not specific as to what he should pay and they leave it for you to try and agree or the court will decide but yours is easier as its a specific amount.
Basically an order should be paid within 14 days and if it is not then you have to enforce that order.
There are lots of ways of asking the court to enforce the order but it depends what assets he has. If he has assets you can refer to the court bailifis whom can go and collect what they can. If he doesnt have any assets you can ask for an order for the money to be taken from his wages if he is working? The good thing with this type of application in the family courts is that you do not have to be specific at this stage - you can simply ask the court to enforce the order as it sees best fit.
Enforcement does cost you unfortunately but the costs can be claimed back again.
You need to fill in this form. Attach a copy of the order tthat awards you costs and do a very short statement to say that despite the order you have not received payment.
The court fee is £50.
Send it to the court and they will list a hearing and the Judge will listen to you and then make a decision as to what order he should make the get the money for you.
Let me know if I can help you further
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