I am in trial. keep in mind , is it now too late? i objected but the magistrate stopped the trial at 4:30pm. The docs are proof of medical out of pocket expenses by the petitioner. .since you as ordered contracts ordered details are 1. specified parties must consult one anther & in writing always pre medical care, this never occurred. 2. All proofs mus t be exchnged monthly, but that did not occur post 2001.3. magistrate will not let me ask for my medical out of pocket expenses since i olly motioned said med. expenses are not exchangable at this date because we both are toolate thus neirhter parties med expesnse are relevent/ 4. Plus there is no language anywhere in all 3 ordered contracts giving any % to the petitioner. I'm willing to give credit but only if I can either get my 60% ,or petitioner drops the counter suit for 40% . Emphassis added: I cant argue for my 60% due to deadline occurred 17 to 10 years ago, I keep arguing. 40% was the only support figure given to me as parent when I was given 100% custody. Plus - the per month exchange of said is clearly specifed as ALL previus agrments language is superseded in 2001 agreed order. & that the deadlines per monthl has passed years ago. So I ask you " i s there a rule (equity) whereby medical out of pocket has no deadline in that parties cant contract away said med. expenses?
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