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Order to attend court for questioning - school fees CCJ 2011


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I hope this is the right place to post

 

I have a school fees debt dating back 4 years ago.

 

My daughter was there for two terms.

I paid for a whole term and part of the other and

then had to pull her out as my partner and I were separating he was going bankrupt

and we couldn't pay the fees.

 

At the time I was a housewife and he was the main breadwinner.

 

The fees per term were £1800. I signed the credit agreement only

 

I received a CCJ for this in 2011

 

Yesterday I received a letter dated April 24th to attend court for questioning on the 18th June

 

The debt is now £10k

 

I intend to be at court

 

I am in full time work but with many debts including bank debts, HMRC and credit cards

 

1. Should I dispute what has been added to the original debt?

 

If I do should I send this direct to the creditor?

 

In terms of bringing proof of other debts what should these be? Should they be credit agreements which I don't have?

 

2. What is the likelihood of an attachment of earnings being made? I don't have any assets or own my own home , I rent

 

Any help greatly appreciated

 

Thank you

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Hi there,

 

Yes I think it would be sensible to ask for a breakdown of charges to see why the amount has increased so much.

 

If you don't have the credit agreements for the other debts I would bring along any documents you do have ... presumably there are letters from the other creditors?

 

An AOE order wouldn't normally be made at a questioning hearing, they would normally have to apply for it separately. May I ask what has prompted this question - have they threatened it?

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