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Hi, this is Jim.
The thing to bear in mind is the court's say litigation should be a last resort. There isn't much else you can do though if they are not corresponding with you. You can give him another 7 days perhaps to make it crystal clear what you plan on doing and say that you will refer the letter to the court's attention if he subsequently disputes the claim or calls your conduct in to question.
It cannot go on indefinitely so the best way forwards is to give him a date to respond by. This is to protect your back in case he changes his mind and decides he wants to settle this after all.
Let me know if you want me to check a proposed draft letter to him - I'm happy to do so and offer suggestions to refine it or to add any important content.
And thank you for the kind words - I'm glad it has helped your situation and please come back again.
Have a good day,