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Just after a bit of advice

I have an ongoing Attachment of Earnings which sees £151 taken from my pay each month

 

Starting next month because the company I work for has decided to make cutbacks on staff I will be moving to a new position in the company for which the take home pay is just below the protection earnings threshold that was set by the court.

 

However, As I'm moving to a lower paid job the company have a payment protection scheme which means that I will still be paid at my current rate for a further 18 months.

 

What is likely to happen once I do drop below the threshold and even though I'm not changing companies do I have to inform the court of this change in my job role?

 

I believe that if the pay is below the threshold the Court order won't be taken from my pay but I'm just worried about what could happen when that happens!!

 

The solicitors who have the AoE against me is Restons.

 

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It is possible for you,the judgment debtor to make the payments directly to the creditor subject to the Court’s agreement.Should your income fall below the PPS

then you will be in control.

 

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You don't have to tell the court about a change of role, only a change of employer. And if your pay falls below the protected earnings rate, then your employer will not make deductions (though they should inform the court of this to avoid getting into trouble themselves for failing to make deductions).

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