1. At the outset, you need to realise that a bailiff or any court order may only affect the assets of your partner. It cannot affect any assets belonging to you, your son or your daughter. Accordingly, a bailiff can not seize any of the goods belonging to your son or daughter. Nor can the bailiff seize your goods. However, in order to avoid any difficulties should the bailiff arrive, it would be helpful if you had to hand any receipts for things you have bought. In that way should a bailiff show up, it will be clear what goods are yours and which belong to your partner. Additionally, any court order made in relation to your partner, cannot affect the house as he has no interest in it. Nor can it affect any other assets belonging to you or to the children. Finally, your partner should consider bankruptcy if he cannot pay his debts and he has no assets to discharge his debts.
Please RATE the Answer positively so that I may get paid