When a payor is not forthcoming about making child or spousal support payments, a court may make an order to hold property of the payor as security for support payments. Section 13 of the Family Law Act provides a remedy to vary the security order:
If the court has ordered security or charged a property with security for the performance of an obligation under this Part, the court may, on motion,
(a) vary or discharge the order; or
(b) on notice to all persons having an interest in the property, direct its sale for the purpose of realizing the security or charge. R.S.O. 1990, c. F.3, s. 13.