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Hello Need some advice please, My wife and I separated over 2 years ago, I lived in Scotland at the time, as settlement I agreed to give my ex all the equity in our house (70k) all the contents etc etc and at that time £1000 per month for our daughter on the basis she gave unrestricted access, this has not happened, she is now with someone else, I get infrequesnt access, My financial situation is no where near as good and I reduced what I gave to a level that I could just afford, I have now received a letter from the solicitor stating they can enforce a minute of agreement.. is this the case? how do I get a more reasonable figure as I simply cannot afford it..I was not in a good place mentally when I agreed to this and I offered far more than I could afford, I do not own a house anymore, took all the debt from the marriage, was actually hoping to get back together, My son from previous marriage is now living with me aswell as a stepdaughter from my new partner am left with all the bills etc etc, reasonably I could afford £300 at a push but am being threatened to continue an agreement that will bankrupt me...
What action can I expect in the meantime? I simply cannot afford this anymore and leaves me No disposable income, am overdrawn every month? The letter implies they are seeking to enforce the minute to the letter despite their client not allowing unrestricted access, My fear of course is I lose visitation in the interim.... Can I apply directly to the courts or does it have to be via a solicitor?