Q: in the divorce decree, the dad is to cover the child for med ins + 1/2 of the med bills and does not, how to enforce it
In our divorce decree, the ex was to cover our son w/medical insurance. He did for maybe 2 years, then stopped. I asked for him to restart the coverage and he refused. How can I get this enforced?
A: You can hire an attorney to file a motion to enforce with the court that issued the order. You might also consider getting insurance and asking the court to modify the support obligations to have the father reimburse you for the cost of the health insurance, which can be withheld like child support from his wages.
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