Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first.
Looking only at HIS income - has it fallen since the Order was made?
How old are you both - and how much does he currently owe you in total?
Is he employed or self employed?
If his income remains the same then he has no excuse for reducing the amount that he pays you - let alone for missing payments altogether.
You can apply to enforce the Order.
You can either apply immediately to attach his earnings (so you are paid directly by his employers)
or you can let the Court decide by using this form
I hope that this is of assistance please ask if you need further dteails
Why do you want to accept it?
How much does he actually earn - is it less than he earned when the order was made?
Then you say that you wish to see is P60 for the last two years.
If they prove that he income has reduced then you will agree to accept £100 a month.
If he will not show them then you enforce the full amount!