Hello there vodkamonster23
Please hang in there, you are doing all the right things and he is continuing to do things all wrong and so is likely to come unstuck pretty soon.
By continuing to breach the court orders he in effectively sticking two fingers up at the courts and showing he feel he is above the law,which he isn’t and when he is brought in front of them again, this won’t go unnoticed.
Is he employed No answer needed but if he is the CSA can go straight to his employer for deductions from his pay, and as your solicitor is seeing first hand his behaviour, it all goes in your favour.
You can’t control his behaviour vm23, but you can limit how it effects you, could you consider changing your telephone number so he can’t phone and unnerve you as he is.
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