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Notice of Application for Attachment of Earnings Order- Optima Legal

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All,

 

Has anybody had success in an offer for voluntary payment.

 

I have received an order after missing 2 monthly payments, on £5598.61 debt. My order monthly payments were agreed at £39.50 via CCJ order. I can make this payments but in all honesty forget to re set up standing order on-line after they were accidentally deleted.

I'm in a very sensitive work siltation and an attachment request via the courts would put my job in major jeopardy, I really cannot let this go via my employer. I have contact Optima to request that I pay arrears and continue to pay monthly payments without fail via direct debit. However I haven't heard back from them, I need to reply to the court by this Wednesday. I have a feeling Optima legal will state I need to go direct via the court process of sending in voluntarily request.

 

If a voluntary request is rejected do the courts go ahead with earnings order via employer?

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Hi BHOP

 

The court may agree to issue a Suspended Attachment of Earnings Order if they feel that your employment prospects will be impaired if your employer becomes aware of the original Earnings Order. In this case you will be obliged to make the payments yourself direct to the court. If you were to miss any payments the original order would then be acted on and your payments would then be taken at source.

 

If you disagree with the order you should write to the court, keeping a copy of your letter, and explain your reasons for objection. A judge will then set a date for you to attend the court and make your case. You should attend taking all documents relevant to your case, including evidence of how you have worked out your budget.

 

Regards

 

Andy


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