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OK - ref the call - I can pick this up for you but it will be a little later on, I have a couple of other matters to deal with first.
How much was the debt, and did the divorce court order clearly state that he should discharge it?
Apologies for the delay in responding, I've had a lot on this evening.
My view is that the only way to effectively resolve this is through an application to enforce the order.
It does mean going back to court, but the order has been very clearly flouted here.
The application should succeed on the facts alone.
I do think you may need to appoint a lawyer to deal with this though, rather than have to go through the steps yourself.
Do you now feel that you could go back to court, if there is not another option?
I will of course ask that this is not published.
I'm sorry for everything you have been through, and am equally sorry that the only route to redress does involve lawyers and further litigation.
If you have any questions - please come back to me. I'll always do my best to help.
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