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long story i was self employed now not working gained a ccj made offer was paying but cant know dole money .

sherrifs officers visited house that i dont stay at wife still there we split up due to debt i now stay at mothers and watch kids while wife works

but can sherrifs officers carry this out wife is going nuts threating to stop me seeing kids and all kinds of stuff if this goes aheadany help any one

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If the debt is solely in your name and your wife has nothing to do with it, then the sheriff shouldn't be assessing your wifes property. nor should he be visiting a premises other than your own.

 

The easiest way to resolve this should be to inform the sheriff of their mistake and advise them of your new address, any fees attached to the incorrect assessment should be removed


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