Already divorced with Sep agree but having problem

Talk to your lawyer about getting answers to your questions. That’s why you have a lawyer. Sounds to me like he will be ordered to pay.

Good luck.

Lee S. Rosen
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

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[:(]So confused here…I am currently divorced with sep agreement stating that my ex will pay me 150 a month to settle some credit card debts left behind by him with the cards in my name. I had to apply for a 15,000 line of credit on my home to pay of the credit card debts that were occurred during out marriage. he is behind by 2 months and refusing to pay this money,he feels that his debt has been paid because before we were married,he gave me a gift of 7000 to finish purchasing my home,but he was served with child support (after not paying for 16 years) payments of 455 each month and would not work to support the amount that they garnished from his paycheck. so I had worked 2-3 jobs during our 2 year marriage and have continued to work 2-3 jobs for the last 15 months to pay my bills…My attorney sent a letter to him stating he will be in contempt if he doesn’t pay the back owed money by the 3rd and he stated that his parents are now going to handle the financial responsibilities for him…Is it possible for him to now contest this ruling? after being in the sep agreement and then being incorporated into the divorce…He has had 15 months to rebuke it…