UK Family Law
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What is your ex's financial position - what assets does he have?
He left employment with an compromise agreement and received 70K with that goodbye.
How much does he owe you?
Do you have his bank details?
The only another asset is the former matrimonial home which I am living in with the children. I have his full bank details. He owes me about six thousand pounds.
Does he still have an interest in the Matrimonial Home?
Yes 25 % of the gross value.
Do NOT register the matter in the Magistrates Court
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The third party order (garnishee) could work well for you if you have his bank details
A Judgement Summons could also concentrate his mind
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