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I am in desperate need of some advice please.

 

Up until Christmas my debt was in control but over Christmas I split with my husband and things have become hard.

 

Today I received 2 attachment of earnings orders from the council applied to my estranged husband.

 

This is going to cause me a whole load of issues with him and none pleasant.

 

Can I appeal this or even have this attached to my earnings.

He gets paid in 3 weeks so I don't have long to sort this out.

I am petrified as the relationship ended on bad terms.

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If you have split and the attachments are to his salary...why do you wish to appeal it ?

 

Perhaps a little history of the CTAX debt would be helpful.

 

 

Andy


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If you have split and the attachments are to his salary...why do you wish to appeal it ?

 

Perhaps a little history of the CTAX debt would be helpful.

 

 

Andy

 

As I said the relationship ended on bad terms and this included violence. The arrears arose after the break up.

I want to appeal it as I fear for my safety it's really that simple.

The amount owed is £499 from last year and £1400 from this year including charges.

I informed the council of the separation when arrears started but he is still apparently named on the account.

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Is the situation that the CTax is for the property you lived in together but he moved out at Christmas and you are still living there but the council still has him listed as the sole person responsible for payment of the CTax?

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As I said the relationship ended on bad terms and this included violence. The arrears arose after the break up.

I want to appeal it as I fear for my safety it's really that simple.

The amount owed is £499 from last year and £1400 from this year including charges.

I informed the council of the separation when arrears started but he is still apparently named on the account.

 

Given the circumstances surrounding the breakup, and your quite obvious fear for your safety, I would strongly suggest that you call the council.

Regarding your comment that you wish to 'appeal', this would seem to be difficult given that the council tax account had been in your ex partners name.

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