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Back in 2009 myself and my husband attempted to take out a joint IVA,

however the debt management company made a mistake which ended up with my husband only being issued with the IVA

and myself being left with the debt from Tesco


- I was unaware of this for some time, believing that the letters I was receiving were in error whilst the IVA went through

and I ended up with a CCJ, with the court requesting that I pay £36 per month, this I have done continuously since June 2009.


My husbands IVA completed last March, with Tesco having had payments from me all the way through plus payments from my husband via the IVA.

I have continued to pay this debt each month.


Today I received a letter from Shoosmiths solicitors, informing me that they are now responsible for collecting the payments

and as such require me to fill out a Income and Expenditure form to review my payments.

Is this correct?


I was under the impression that, being as the court had set the payment it was to stay at this amount?

Or at the very least have to go through court again to change the payment?


The form also request I declare my husbands income.

He believes that I do not have to disclose this to them as it is my debt now and not his - is this correct?


And if so, do I just split our bills down the middle to show my expenditure ?

Many thanks in advance

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Only the court can change payments tell them to swivel.

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That's what I thought, I just pulled out my court papers and it states that any requests for different amounts have to be made within 16 days of the original ruling, thanks for clarifying x

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ever though about reclaiming any penalty fees or PPI on your debts?

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..


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