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The order is in force until our son finishes his first degree. He has to send me his wage slips every year to see if he has had a wage increase. He has set up new pension facilities so he does not have to give me an increase. He has only increase once in the first year from £475 per month to £493 and that is what it has staid since then. His wage increases have been swallowed up by his increase in his pension contributions and last year he started up a new one for £200 per month. Oliver starts University in Plymouth hopefully in September if he gets the grades on his offer to them.He has messed me about before.
Thank you for your reply. I am disappointed that all you can reply is a website. I thought I would have got a personal reply especially when I mentioned that he increased his pension during the time we have been divorced instead of increasing my payment for maintenance. I appear to have had no reply to that part of my questioning. This is important as I did not agree to any of that. There was no mention of him increasing his payment instead of increasing the payment for maintenance. He works for the MOD and they they his pension, his contributions are an extra towards his pension so surely his maintenance towards his son takes precedence.