Thanks. Will this not further breech the terms of the court if he contacts her directly? My understanding now is that she could still pursue the matter if the full payment is not made. If so, can the court endorse full payment despite the fact that he has been out of work for ten months?
Regarding my earlier question about the CSA and future payments he will now make, do they take into consideration my two children who live with us (aged 12 and 9) and would they enforce payments backdated to the time he was out of work even though they took an amount from his allowance per month?
Am just a little unclear still about what the court could do if she still wasn't happy with payments and filed a D11. What happens then? And, given the circumstances of her denying him the right to see his children, would be a court order for access to his children?
Sorry for my delay. My last question - the CSA have been informed by ex that my partner's family have property assets. This being a farm in which three siblings still live. Under the terms of the divorce, she has no claim on this due to all equity of marital home going to her. This has been agreed under the settlement (apart from 10,000 which will be given for the two children upon the sale of the property whenever that is) Will this have any effect on court's endorsement of payments towards 1600? Or the CSA payments?
My final query.