Our expert says:
OK, it was a serious mistake to withdraw the case on the basis of his false promises. GO back to the maintenance court and explain what happened, and have them fix a fair level of maintenance they can force him to mpay, and ask them to take into consideration all he owes and the fact that he made false promises before.
Lets see if anyone else knows the precise procedure, but I doubt that they're entitled to refuse to re-open the case, as their legal duty is to consider the child's best interests. Maybe you can visit the maintenance court and speak to someone there ?
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