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A Guide to Court Orders

By: Abigail Taylor - Updated: 12 Apr 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
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A court order is an official judgement or ruling given by a judge. A court order can be final (at the end of a hearing) or interim (until a final order can be made). What is in the order depends entirely on the case presented to the judge. Here are some examples of different orders available in a family law case:

  • residence order - ruling on who a child will live with.
  • contact order - ruling on who has a right to see a child, often detailing how often and when.
  • specific issue order - ruling on a specific issue raised with the court (e.g. can a child by circumcised).

How Do I Apply For a Court Order?

You will need to fill in the correct court form. This varies depending upon the type of order you want, but all forms can be downloaded from Justice.gov.uk For most family law disputes, this form is called C100, however there is a list of forms on the website, or all family forms can be found here.

Most forms have guidance leaflets or checklists to assist you in filling them in. Use these carefully, as if your form is not filled in correctly, it may not be processed.

Once you have completed your form, you need to send it back to your local county or family court. There is usually a cost to file your form. You can check the exact cost with your local county or family court. A debt claim usually costs about £70, but a family order application could be as much as £200.

My common law partner and I split in February last year. Since then he has left me with all the debts/Bills he didn't pay when we were together. He put my name on all the household bills as well as his without my permission. He was the sole earner and responsible for all the bills etc. I now have the bailiffs onto me and as I am on benefits I cannot possibly afford to pay off the debts. Can I take him to a small claims court at all?

You may be able to ask the court to decide issues relating to division of assets / debts. They can also determine who is responsible for bill payments etc. However be aware that the courts do not have the same ability to award assets from one party as they can upon divorce, if you are not married. The court can only divide the assets / debts of an unmarried couple by determining who they actually belong to. If the debts are occurred in joint names, you will both be responsible for the whole sum of the debts. This means that the utility companies can unfortunately pursue you for the whole amount. You may be best in the short-term to try to agree a payment plan with the utility companies.

Do I Need Legal Representation?

I need to get a court order lifted but don't know how without losing all my wages with a solicitor. Is there any way we can get into court without going through a solicitor?

You do not need a solicitor or legal representation to make or obtain an order. However, particularly for family law orders, this is often advised, as the forms and procedure can be quite complicated. The judge also has discretion to order something that you have not applied for, so you need to consider family law orders as a whole, rather than just the order you are applying for. A court order may affect your / your child's life in a way you had not thought about, so it always worth discussing the plans to apply for an order with a solicitor first.

You may be able to get free legal advice from your high street solicitor, or the Citizen's Advice Bureau, so if you are worried about the cost of getting legal advice, investigate this option! You can contact your local branch of the Citizen's Advice Bureau Citizen's Advice Bureau or call 08444 111 444 for assistance.

How Do I Enforce An Order?

There are various methods of enforcing orders, and which method is best depends upon the original order and the status of the parties in relation to each other.

For example to enforce a money judgement, you may wish to:

  • a) have a warrant of execution (which can essentially end up with bailiffs collecting money / possessions to sell to satisfy the order).
  • b) You could however also ask for an attachment to earnings if the debtor has no valuable goods but works. By this method, part of their wage would be paid to you monthly. However bear in mind that this is not likely to be a high amount, and so it may take months / years to be repaid, and payments will stop if the debtor becomes unemployed.
  • c) Banks often ask for a charging order against a Property. This does not result in any immediate money, but will mean that once the debtor eventual sells their Property (if for example they move house), the money will be collected, along with interest, in a lump sum.

You do not have to enforce a judgement in the same court that the original order was made, but if you wish to use a different court, you will need to apply to the original court for the case to be transferred. Transfer requests are often approved on the basis, for example, that parties have relocated to a different part of the country.

I have a financial court order in place to sell my house. My ex and I are separated now for over 2 years. I took her to court in October to try and get the house sold. Agreed on 75% (her) and 25% split. She is still not happy about this and is dragging her heels saying she hasn't found anywhere to live. I know on top of this she can borrow up to £150,000 on her 16 hour a week salary. But, I know that she isn't even looking. I have my children every other weekend and live in a flat. Have just had another child and really need to move for the space. She says tough. What can I do I feel that I have not progressed anything by taking her to court she is now going to say all the time that she hasn't found anywhere to live. I pay the mortgage on the property until sale. At wits end. Should I just take her back to court and if I do can she be ordered to pay the costs?
In order to enforce an order, be aware that you will incur further costs, though these can usually be claimed back from the debtor. In general each step of enforcement costs about £100.

In deciding which step to take to enforce an order, it is often important to find out how much the debtor can afford to pay, or in the case of forcing sale of a Property, what the person can afford to pay in rent etc. The easiest way to find out this information is to ask the court to order the debtor to attend court and provide evidence of their income or spending (e.g. produce bills and bank statements). It costs approximately £50 to order someone to attend court.

If you wish to send a bailiff to collect your money, or deduct money from someone's wage, you will need to fill in the relevant form from Justice.gov.uk The court can also freeze money in someone's account if needed to stop money being spent before you are paid your share as per an earlier order.

How Do I Change An Order?

I am a single mum with two children. My ex-boyfriend got a court order to see the kids and he lets them down all the time. What shall I do? How do I stop my daughter getting hurt by him coming in and out of her life?
If you want to change a court order, there are two methods:
  • 1) Agree the change with your ex-partner and make the change on a voluntary basis (this is usually more suitable when you wish to change the specifics of an order such as what days you have contact, rather than whether you have contact or not).
  • 2) Return to court.

For orders made in the family court, if the changes are not contested by your ex-partner, the judge will make a new order at the first hearing. If the changes are contested, you will need to prove that there has been a change of circumstances. (Note that an amendment to the law is not in itself a change of circumstances.) The full process of CAFCASS reports and investigations and representations in front of a judge (like when the original order was made) will start again.

To apply to change an order, you will again need to fill in the relevant form which can be found at Justice.gov.uk There is again a cost for filling this form.

Be aware that the courts are very reluctant to stop parents seeing their children. Even in cases of domestic violence, the courts will still often allow the offending parent to see their children; they will just ensure that this is supervised at a family contact centre. You may therefore be better suggesting that the specifics of the order are varied (e.g. less contact time until proves can keep regular appointments) rather than suggesting that all contact is stopped.

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Frustrated! ?? - Your Question:
Hi. Not sure what to do. My ex and I divorced approx 10 years ago. Finances were settled via a court order for payment to be made upon youngest child turning 18 which happens this year. She is now saying she cannot afford this (despite having a reminder letter sent in December - 6 months before this is first of it) and also that when we split our children's accounts, so I could have half of what we'd put in to start accounts myself for them, that was the settlement and I've had in in 'one way or another' this was before court order and not taken into consideration the £2000 comes from the settlement of the house which she couldn't pay at the time. So payment due at sons 18tg or upon sale of the house. I had to pay for the reminder letter so don't want to incur any more cost but having provided for my children at my home and never missed a maintenance payment I am reluctant to let it go. Can you please help??

Our Response:
Your question is a little confusing, but I will try to answer it the best I can. If your ex is, or is about to be in breach of the original court order, you can take the matter back to court to have the order enforced. However, it may be worth you seeking some legal advice regarding whether to proceed with this just yet as much depends upon whether your child is in full-time education which the court might rule in your ex's favour (until your son has finished his education). A court will always put the children first, so much depends upon this especially where a possible sale of the house may be concerned. Therefore, if you are going to take the matter back to court, you don't want to do it prematurely. You say you do not wish to incur any more costs, but unfortunately if your ex is in breach of the order and you want to have the order enforced, then your only option to pursue this is through court.
CourtroomAdvice - 13-Apr-17 @ 12:09 PM
Hi. Not sure what to do. My ex and I divorced approx 10 years ago. Finances were settled via a court order for payment to be made upon youngest child turning 18 which happens this year. She is now saying she cannot afford this (despite having a reminder letter sent in December - 6 months before this is first of it) and also that when we split our children's accounts, so I could have half of what we'd put in to start accounts myself for them, that was the settlement and I've had in in 'one way or another' this was before court order and not taken into consideration the £2000 comes from the settlement of the house which she couldn't pay at the time. So payment due at sons 18tg or upon sale of the house. I had to pay for the reminder letter so don't want to incur any more cost but having provided for my children at my home and never missed a maintenance payment I am reluctant to let it go. Can you please help??
Frustrated! ?? - 12-Apr-17 @ 3:44 PM
I have got a joint tenancy with my ex but currently he is in prison on child abuse charges which were all involving boys i live in my house with my 3 children 2 girls and one boy I think he will be released soon and I have asked my housing association if they could take his name off the tenancy but they won't they have said I need to get a court order but I am not sure what to do next
Didi - 31-Mar-17 @ 2:06 PM
Hi in October 2012 my dog was taken by police and given to rspca I gave them statement on who the dog owners where they turned it around and used it against me due to me having care of dog over two weeks +. Which ended in me getting band for five years in April 2013.When does this ban end.
Expire - 19-Mar-17 @ 9:16 PM
Me and my ex have a court order that I have my daughter every other week for the whole weekend. How do I get a copy of the court order?
chapers - 9-Mar-17 @ 10:06 AM
My ex and i divorced, from separation to this date, around 3 years. I live in the house with our 2 chikdren, jointly owned. He harrassed me until now to sell the house , even saying it was not his poblem where i (and the kids) would live, as i was on part time wages, i couldn't get a mortgage to put the house on my own name even less, to buy a new house. I have been paying the mortgage on my own for the last 3 years and he lived/contributed in the house for 11 months. Recently I incresed my hours and i am now holding a mortgage offer which would take his name out of the mortgage and deeds. As soon as i said that and that he needed to contact a solocitor in order to arrange the TR1, he hasn't been in touch and ignores all my messages. This has been for around 2 months. What can i do as i want his name out as i am paying the house on my own.
Graz - 8-Mar-17 @ 1:26 PM
I have a financial court order (from the final hearing in April 2015) that states I have no liability to make any mortgage payments on the FMH to the mortgage company or ex, and that she a) must make all payments in full and on time, b) not make any additional borrowing on the mortgage and c) seek to use best endeavours to remove my name from the mortgage as soon as possible. I have evidence from the mortgage company that payments have continually been made late and that no attempt has been made to apply for any remortgage on the property (despite the fact that the mortgage is running at a high rate and remortgaging would save significant sums and i strongly assume is within financial reach of her and her co-habiting partner). remortgaging to remove me from the mortgage is being purposely avoided. what options are best pursued to enforce a remortgage / sale to get my name off the mortgage?
AAA - 6-Mar-17 @ 8:57 PM
My ex and l agreed consent order in 2013. There are two properties involved. The matrimonial home is in my sole name. The second property is in joint name. The matrimonial home was to be transferred from my sole name to joint name in favour of my ex and two of our children. My ex name is to be removed from The other property with joint names. The bank refused to allow me to add my ex name on thematrimonial property. Therefore a restriction was placed on the property. The ex is refusing to sign the TRI form for her name to be removed from the other property unless l transfer the matrimonial home to her name and her sister. This means my children no longer has interest in the property. I refused How do l remove my ex-wife from the property
Emma - 15-Feb-17 @ 8:27 AM
My ex and l agreed consent order in 2013. There are two properties involved. The matrimonial home is in my sole name. The second property is in joint name. The matrimonial home was to be transferred from my sole name to joint name for my ex and two of our children. My ex name is to be removed from The other property with joint names. The bank refused to allow me to add my ex name on the property. Therefore a restriction was placed on the property. The ex is refusing to sign the TRI form for her name to be removed unless l transfer the matrimonial home to her name and her sister. This means my children no longer has interest in the property. I refused How do l remove my ex-wife from the property
Emma - 15-Feb-17 @ 1:35 AM
CSB - Your Question:
HiI have a court order which states my 12yr old must live with me and designated days for access to see his dad. My son has decided he doesn't want to live with me anymore because my partner of 8 yrs told him off. He then got his dad to pick him up at 11.30pm. This was over 3 weeks ago and he is refusing to come home, my ex husband is "keeping out of it" in his words.What can I do? His dad is out of the house most mornings around 5am and does not return till approx 6pm. I am concerned he is left unattended with no one watching what he is accessing on the internet, if he is getting fed right, and he is allowed to take his iPad and phone to bed with him. This all goes against my parenting as I am strict. Friends have said he will be back but I'm heart broken.Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you

Our Response:
I am sorry to hear this. If your ex is unwilling to force the issue and will not consider the likes of mediation in order to try and resolve the issue, then your only recourse would be to take the matter to court to have the order enforced. The court will make a decision based upon what it thinks is in the best interests of your child. While your son's opinion will count as he is now 12, it does not mean the court will agree to allowing him to stay at his fathers, if as you say, you don't feel he will be properly cared for. All opinions will be taken into consideration via Cafcass (who will write a report) and the court will make the final decision. I hope this helps.
CourtroomAdvice - 10-Feb-17 @ 10:36 AM
Confused... - Your Question:
I have a court order in place following a divorce that the former matrimonial home needs to be transferred into my ex wife's name on the conditions that she pays off the mortgage and pays me 20k by 13th Feb. The house is in my sole name on the mortgage. Having spoken to the solicit or dealign with the conveyancing, my ex hasn't even got a mortgage offer yet (5 days to go) despite the court order being issued in July last year. The order states that if she doesn't pay the mortgage off and pay me, I can put the house up for sale at a figure agreed with my ex. I know she will drag her heels and not agree a valuation so what can I do??? At my wits end!

Our Response:
In the first instance I would advise you ask your solicitor to send your ex a letter outlining the terms of the agreement, the approaching deadline, her lack of effort in attempting to try to resolve the issue and that if she does not comply, the house will have to go on the market by a specific date. Hopefully, this may jolt her into action. The letter is also good for evidence that she is being obstructive (should the matter need to go back to court). However, the problems may come if the house is put on the market. You will need to watch out for evidence that she is putting potential buyers off, or not being in, or not attempting to sell the house when viewers call i.e trying to prevent a sale. Therefore, you may also wish to ask your solicitor to put in an additional proviso that if the house is not sold by a specific date, or if there are any records of her trying to prevent the sale you will take the matter back to court. You may also wish to keep on top of viewings and responses via your estate agent. You really need to make sure there are no lapses in trying to get this matter resolved.
CourtroomAdvice - 9-Feb-17 @ 11:08 AM
Hi I have a court order which states my 12yr old must live with me and designated days for access to see his dad. My son has decided he doesn't want to live with me anymore because my partner of 8 yrs told him off. He then got his dad to pick him up at 11.30pm. This was over 3 weeks ago and he is refusing to come home, my ex husband is "keeping out of it" in his words. What can I do? His dad is out of the house most mornings around 5am and does not return till approx 6pm. I am concerned he is left unattended with no one watching what he is accessing on the internet, if he is getting fed right, and he is allowed to take his iPad and phone to bed with him. This all goes against my parenting as I am strict. Friends have said he will be back but I'm heart broken. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you
CSB - 9-Feb-17 @ 7:28 AM
I have a court order in place following a divorce that the former matrimonial home needs to be transferred into my ex wife's name on the conditions that she pays off the mortgage and pays me 20k by 13th Feb.The house is in my sole name on the mortgage. Having spoken to the solicit or dealign with the conveyancing, my ex hasn't even got a mortgage offer yet (5 days to go) despite the court order being issued in July last year. The order states that if she doesn't pay the mortgage off and pay me, I can put the house up for sale at a figure agreed with my ex. I know she will drag her heels and not agree a valuation so what can I do??? At my wits end!
Confused... - 8-Feb-17 @ 12:30 PM
@ Katrinalouise72 -people lie all the time in family courts! It's your son's job to prove her wrong. Hattie.
KH90 - 7-Feb-17 @ 2:42 PM
My sons ex girl friend,has put in a c100 to get my grandson returned to her. On her letter from family court that she has posted on Facebook, it states that she has applied for the order because my son will not allow her to have an form of contact, but this is not the the case at all not only had my son paid half for a private visitation center so baby could have contact with his mum but he also takes baby to sure start centre three times a week too. Mum has cancelled the private centre informing them that she could not pay her half and could only continue if my son paid for it all. But because he had to give up work to take care of baby he could not pay for it all. Surely its against the law to put false information on a form that you have to sign a statement of truth.
Katrinalouise72 - 5-Feb-17 @ 10:15 PM
Hi I was wondering if you could give me some advice.me and my ex husband spilt in 2009 .We got divorce in 2014 .We Ave a property which he is in at the moment one of our sons lives with him.I have a court order on the property when my son turns 18and leaves full time education house should be sold .Has my son is 18 now .My ex should put house on market.but I don't no where to start with the court order
jojo - 3-Feb-17 @ 3:20 PM
I got points on my license for driving without insurance but I appealed against the points given and I have received a letter for the fine but returned it back stating that I wanted to appeal the points, however I am yet to hear anything, what should I do ?
Onehunna - 1-Feb-17 @ 10:47 AM
Fdoverbyex - Your Question:
My ex got a court order a few years ago preventing me from seeing my daughter all based on lies, my daughter is now 14 and keeps trying to make contact with me but when ever her mum finds out she she kicks off and threatens her with not seeing any of her brothers and sisters so my daughter backs off and goes off the radar again. She's recently come back into contact how do I go about having my daughter in my life safely and not having to look over my shouder when she visits ? She's to scared to tell her mum on fear she will lose her brothers and sisters. I have tried to explain that this wouldn't happen and that she has a right to see her mum and Dad if she wants but she doesn't want to stand up to her mum. Please help me, the court order is till she's 18.

Our Response:
You are in a tricky situation if the court order is until your daughter is 18, as you are effectively in contempt of court/breach. Your only option would be to take legal advice about taking the matter back to court to apply to have the order varied.
CourtroomAdvice - 24-Jan-17 @ 2:08 PM
Our home is sold subject to contract surveyor was out last week & I've completed The conveyancing pack. Our mortgage is in joint names & house being sold due to divorce. He has been sectioned in Aberdeen on 13th Jan 2017 & I live in Huyton Liverpool where our joint home is.How do I proceed to get house sale threw if not we will loose our future as I am not working.
Pughie - 24-Jan-17 @ 12:04 PM
My ex got a court order a few years ago preventing me from seeing my daughter all based on lies, my daughter is now 14 and keeps trying to make contact with me but when ever her mum finds out she she kicks off and threatens her with not seeing any of her brothers and sisters so my daughter backs off and goes off the radar again. She's recently come back into contact how do I go about having my daughter in my life safely and not having to look over my shouder when she visits ? She's to scared to tell her mum on fear she will lose her brothers and sisters. I have tried to explain that this wouldn't happen and that she has a right to see her mum and Dad if she wants but she doesn't want to stand up to her mum. Please help me, the court order is till she's 18.
Fdoverbyex - 23-Jan-17 @ 10:45 PM
happy d - Your Question:
Hello, Had a recidance order in place since 2006 shared care of our daughter, with mother being the parent with care, and me being non - resident.Paid CSA payment to mother for 10 years.May 2016 Daughter and mother had a falling out and she has now resided with me pretty much full time. Im in receipt for child allowance but refused any maintenance payment as the child maintenance service say we have a shared care agreement and there is NO case to be answered? Daughter stays with mother 2 or 3 nights per month, but when asked by CSA she refers them the court order (Shared care) and no payment for her daughter upkeep are made.Again do I have to take this back to court and amend court order as its no longer 50 /50 More like 90/10, & when it was 50/50 how or why did I have to pay maintanance

Our Response:
Yes, you would have to take the matter back to court to request to have the order varied.
CourtroomAdvice - 20-Jan-17 @ 11:06 AM
Hello, Had a recidance order in place since 2006 shared care of our daughter, with mother being the parent with care, and me being non - resident. Paid CSA payment to mother for 10 years.. May 2016 Daughter and mother had a falling out and she has now resided with me pretty much full time. Im in receipt for child allowance but refused any maintenance payment as the child maintenance service say we have a shared care agreement and there is NO case to be answered? Daughter stays with mother 2 or 3 nights per month, but when asked by CSA she refers them the court order (Shared care) and no payment for her daughter upkeep are made.. Again do I have to take this back to court and amend court order as its no longer 50 /50 More like 90/10, & when it was 50/50 how or why did i have to pay maintanance
happy d - 19-Jan-17 @ 11:34 AM
Does a judge sign an order for sale court order?
Normz - 16-Jan-17 @ 1:01 AM
Hi. I have a rented house toa large private Co. a canopy fell on me causing injuries. A lady came from the Co. wrote a report , took photo's. I have put a claim into court for compensation. Have asked the Co for a copy of this report . Not given. Please can I apply for a court order for this report - And How ? thanks . B
trx850 - 14-Jan-17 @ 8:27 PM
Hi I am looking into getting a court order. My ex has not seen my son since he was a baby. He was violent towards me, He has PR however my son now has my surname.I want a court order in place so my ex can't collect my son from school, my son starts this September.Due to him having PR he's able to. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Lauren - 11-Jan-17 @ 6:38 PM
Hi can I ask for a bit of advice please we bought into a holiday club years ago and over time it's been classed as dodgy timeshare thing .severjal people's have contacted us over the years asking to help us have wanted upfront payments then disappear. It was supposed to have gone to foreign court who have now awarded us a payment but before we can receive it we must pay the court through a certain bank before we will be issued with the payment they said this money will be refunded once all is settledwe have a very uneasy feeling .we were told it will cost this amount of money each time the court does paperwork etc are we being conned or do you have to pay the courts to release your award. We are supposed to be getting the court order paperwork as well by recorded delivery .Thank you for your time
Funnygirl - 11-Jan-17 @ 3:24 PM
Have court order on my child can I take it off her if I want
Oddball - 10-Jan-17 @ 7:09 PM
Ryan - Your Question:
Hi I have a court order to see my son its in place but my formen in work keeps saying I have to work on a saturday but my problem is in my order I have to drop him off 11 every other saturday can you help please thanks ryan

Our Response:
If you cannot renegotiate the term of the order with your ex (due to your working schedule), or arrange for your son to be dropped off by a friend or member of your family in keeping with the order, then you can apply for a variation to the court order, if that is your preference. Or apply for a flexible working request on the back of your court order, please see link here.
CourtroomAdvice - 10-Jan-17 @ 2:53 PM
Hi i have a court order to see my son its in place but my formen in work keeps saying i have to work on a saturday but my problem is in my order i have to drop him off 11 every other saturday can you help please thanks ryan
Ryan - 10-Jan-17 @ 10:03 AM
Why is a Court Order unenforceable in law? I have a court order for shared residency for my daughter, which my ex wife respected until 2 days before my daughters 13th birthday. She then gleefully told me that because my daughter was 13 she could make up her own mind and she didn't want to see me any more ( she also bought her a puppy on the same day and told her that she would have to be responsible for the dog and couldn't go away for weekends any more) I spent over £10k going through the courts the first time, when my ex wife accused me of attempted murder by poison, and only backed down when the psychiatrist report came back saying she was borderline schizophrenic. My legal advice now is that I will have to go through the full court proceedings once again if I want to enforce the order. What a pile of rubbish that is. Fathers are discrimated against totally. I have paid every penny that I am supposed to,pay and much more besides even though it meant not eating at times for me. How can I go about suing the court system? Court orders are a waste of time for fathers, even though it bankrupted me and my ex wife who has more salary and assets than me got legal aid. It is state sponsored child abuse on a massive scale. Hopefully fathers will wake up in the coming years. Vive the revolution
Downtown - 6-Jan-17 @ 3:03 AM
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