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    Default How do I get receipts to the ex?

    When the mail keeps coming back that he has moved? 3 times I have tried to mail it but it comes back and says "Moved".
    I know he has not moved, his truck is always at his house. I am not comfortable with dropping it off in person. Not sure his work schedual to be able to go there and leave it in the mail box...
    Court order says he's to pay half of extra costs so I'm trying to get $400 worth of sports receipts to him (which I know I'll never see the money for anyways)
    Do I suck it up and go to his apartment? Can I even do anything if he doesn't pay it?








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    Does he have a lawyer? Can you send them to him with a letter saying they keep getting returned to you?

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    No he doesn't that I know of








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    He didn't use anyone in court?
    What about registered mail. Don't put your address as the return so he doesn't refuse it when he sees it's you.
    Put a friends Address and just initials as the name so he doesn't recognize it. Then if you go to court for it all, there is proof he got it. Just hold on to all the receipts, he'll eventually have to pay.

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    No, he used duty council in court. I dropped the envolope in the mail yesterday morning at like 9am and got it back in my mail box this afternoon with a stamp from the post office with “moved“ checked off. He had moved from that apartment when he split from his gf but now he is back living there (he's been back since the spring) so I'm guessing the post office doesn't know he's back there...?








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    Take a picture of the receipts and email or text them to him?
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    I photocopy all mine and once a year I send him the originals with a summary of what he owes. He never pays. Every 3 years, I have taken it through family court (with my lawyer) and claimed 'all court and lawyer costs' and then the amount owing goest to FRO and they collect a percent + his childsupport monthly until paid. When is his owing, it is marked as 'arrears' and he pays interest on the owing amount also. Its a pain, but eventuallly I know I will get paid back.

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    send it via ups and make him sign for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingpretty View Post
    send it via ups and make him sign for it.
    Any idea how much that would cost?








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    Link to UPS for a “guess“timate:

    https://wwwapps.ups.com/ctc/request?loc=en_CA





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    Send by registered mail (ask for signature) you do not have to put return address (I have done this). That way you get a signature, and you can print it off the website (Canada Post - Mailing, Shipping, Marketing, Shopping, Sharing). Registered usually costs me about $8 to London from Sarnia.

    You can take him to court after he doesn't pay and ask for that money.

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    A friend of mine is well versed in such cases. He is a very experienced lawyer. I am meeting her tomorrow and can ask her for a hint. But I am based in the San Diego zip code area. If you want, drop me a few lines to my private email box. Tell me a bit more about the situation and I will try to get some solutions for you. Though, I find helpful the idea with the registered letter. You may try it anyway.
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