Thank you for clarifying that for me so that we can get to the bottom of this for you.
In the first instance you need to find out if there was a court order in relation to the matrimonial finances and the agreement that you had. This is the principal position because if there was a court order in relation to the agreement then it is legally binding and you can enforce that agreement through your local family court.
You need to call the court that dealt with the divorce to see if there was an order in relation to the matrimonial finances.
If there was and it reflects the agreement that you had then you can enforce that agreement.
If there was nocourt order and just a verbal agrement then this cannot be enforced. That being said, as you have not remarried then you are still able to make a claim in relation to the matrimonial finances.
To take this course of action you need to first refer the case to family mediation. This is a prerequiste before you can apply to court. There are lots of family mediation services and there will be one local to you. Google family mediation in your area and give them a call to self refer.
Family mediation will try and help you reach an agreement without the need for court.
If agreement can be reached at mediation then a consent order should be submitted to court for approval. If approved by the Judge this will be legally binding and you can then enforce this should you not receive your share.
If agreement cannot be reached at mediation then the mediator will sign the form for you that then allows you to make a claim in relation to the matrimonial finances.
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