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yes. it was a reciprocal enforcement Act 1972 hague convention. The court was at the family court in leicester ref:EB/13063953M.
As I said earlier I had approx AU$10,000 outstanding as I did not have any proof that I had been paying maintenance since 2011.
They just asked me why I was not paying maintenance. Told them I was. They asked for proof which I didn't have. I had been giving my ex £250 p.m. They asked if i had a credit card and I say yes. They asked how much was on the card. I said £4,000. They went out and came back with the judgement I stated above (that I should pay £3000, from my credit card with 7 days and the balance as £140. p.m. until the arrears are cleared and to continue paying maintence at £260 for both kids).
My ex is recorded as earning AuD$67,915. The paperwork i was sent from CAS australia doesn't mention any benefits issues.
Oh sorry. She earns approx £500. She is on zero hours contract
My wife is on a spouce visa and is not entitled to any benefits. She is not on any type of benefit. She just does a bit of work earning her about £500p.m since january 2015. Before that she was in Madagascar.
I don't claim any benefits. I dont think I'm entitled to any banefits. Can you please list all the questions I need to answer so we can move a bit more quickly?