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Yes an order was made that the settlement was for the upkeep of the house in order to provide a safe and secure home for my 3 yr old daughter. The judge did not believe that this money would suffice for the mother and advised her to sell her house and allow me to provide a modest house for them both until she was 18 but she chose not to do this wanting a cash settlement
Apologies for delay batt ran out...35 k i dont know what has been used for 4 times ive asked for that info from her solicitor and has not been forthcoming. It is my belief that she used part of it to pay sched 1 legal bills as her firm allowed her to roll up yhe account..also she is contedting my CAO and o have no doubt the rest has gone on that...i have not been informed as to why she sold the but there was sognificant equoty in the property. The money i paid was meant to ensure that my daughter had a nice home and her own room ..she is now living at hrr grand mothers sharing a room with her mother
Yes am aware of that much myself. What i need to know and what are posdibilities around challenging this..esp given it could be argued that she has misled the court, furthermore the fact that she has not used the funds appropriately and has profited from the sale of her house what ever the reason
Ok but if you agree on a settlement an order is made...surely one can not be seen to be making a profit from such a sale less than a a year later...where is the justice in that for the respondent and b...that your daughter is now in far worse predicament than when made the original claim.