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Hello, I think I got cut off from an earlier feed. However, I appreciate you say that it will be easy for you to prove this and if this is the case then you should find this easy. However, when making an application to the court the judge will have to consider what all parties have to say, for example you ex may claim some kind of exceptional circumstance for breaching the order (just an example). You will want to make the application to the same court which has issued the order to have the breach heard. Additionally if there is some circumstance that makes this case urgent, for example a pending sale of the home with a nearby date, then you can ask the court to give you a "without notice" hearing. However, you should send the forms you have off to the court you have previously dealt with as the same judge may want to resolve the issues which are ongoing.
I hope this information has helped. You can find a local solicitor who deals with this on the law society webpage which is;
You are welcome best of luck moving forward.
Just state that you are asking for the original order to be amended and attach a copy of the original order. Donn't worry about fees as you are representing yourself, this would only be legal fees and you cannot charge them for your own time (sadly). If possible you may wish to instruct a solicitor to help with this matter but that is entirely up to yourself.
Thank you, ***** ***** are looking for sole control of the sale then it would be easier just to have the current order amended to reflect that. I wish you the best of luck moving forward.