> Are you paying for half of the medical expenses that are not covered by insurance?
I'm paying half of any medical expenses not covered by insurance. I'm also paying half of the monthly premiums
> Are you separately paying for half of the insurance premium? Or, is that considered part of your child support?
Premiums is not part of the child support but I have to pay half of that separately.
It is not part of child support like i stated in last message. I pay her directly... this is why I need those statements every month but she is refusing to give it to me.
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I've done all that and she had ONCE sent it to me in January 2013. My original question is can I request that she send me the statement every month for each month? For example today is March 2013. I want to receive the statement for March 2013. Next month will be April 2013. I want her to send me the statement for April 2013 when that time comes... etc... I want a copy to be sent to me every month for that month so I have proof that she hasn't stopped the children's policy while she's getting free money. Her lawyer said "you only need to send him the policy renewal once a year" which I think she is lying. But I don't know that until you can verify that that is true or not. Thank you.
Is email considered a legal paper trail document for my request?
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