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May 2nd, 2006, 10:16 AM
Monica_marks Monica_marks is offline
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If it is in the final decree that he provide the health insurance, then he should be providing the health insurance; period. Further, I assume the ex has a lawyer that has done the math regarding the money difference owed on child support if he is not providing the health insurance.

Personally, I don't know if I would pursue such an issue, but it is certainly within her rights to do so. If it was so crazy, her lawyer would have told her not to bother with the Motion.
First child, a boy, due August 27. Step-mother to eight year old boy.
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