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Yes, you are entitled to have him take care of the health insurance and his child support payments if this is what the agreement was in the divorce order.
If the court is offering you mediation, that is a good option because you can do it without lawyers. Your other option is to file a motion with the judge saying that he should be held in contempt of court because he is not complying with the court order. The judge will order him to comply, and if he doesn't, he could even be arrested. It doesn't usually come to that but it is a possibility. The court can also attach some of his income or bank accounts to get you paid.
So I would try for the mediator first because that is easier and less costly, and you might be able to work it out.
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You are welcome. Right, so he does have to comply with whatever the court order says. If it says 21, then that's what it is. If he wants to change that, he would have to go to court and it wouldn't be likely.
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