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(p. 171) 15. Variation, Collection, and Enforcement of Financial Orders 

(p. 171) 15. Variation, Collection, and Enforcement of Financial Orders
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(p. 171) 15. Variation, Collection, and Enforcement of Financial Orders
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Jane Sendall

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198783183.003.0015
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date: 13 December 2019

Gaining a financial order is sometimes not the end of proceedings. A disgruntled spouse or civil partner may refuse to comply with the terms of an order, even a consent order, and so a family law solicitor must be able to use enforcement mechanisms to enforce the court order. This chapter discusses the circumstances in which a financial order can be varied, the collection of monies due under financial orders, and the enforcement of financial orders.

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