In Milwaukee you would file a Motion for Contempt or a Motion to Compel. It would be filed with the FCC in room 707 in the Milwaukee County Courthouse.
If you need help with the forms might I suggest that you contact the Milwaukee County Selfhelp also located in the Milwaukke County Courthouse.
Wisconsin is a mitigation state. If she has a cheaper way, then she is to take it. So, if she went out of network when she knew that would cost more, then you will probably not be required to pay it.
BE SURE to check that these are actually child birthing expenses and not MOTHER Birthing expenses. The court will not order you to pay half of her costs, only the child's.
Adultry is an unenforced moral statute in Wisconsin. There is absolutely no chance of you convincing a police officer to act or arrest based on it. Further, if you check the statute (which is still on the books) there is no penalty for it. So, it is not a felony.
In a no-fault divorce state such as Wisc talking about adultry during a divorce procedure will just have the court look at you like you are crazy, and detract from your other claims to the court.
Let it go. But move on.
Just to make sure I understand you are paying maintenance, and your ex-spouse is getting remarried.
If that is correct...
The court will not know she is getting remarried. That is handled by the County Clerk, and not the clerk of courts. So, they will not know.
The payer will have to file a motion to stop the payments. The form is FA-4170. You will have to file four copies, serve the payer's spouse and the child support folks.
The rest is easy. But you do have to wait until she is...
I can't speak to the insurance company's rules, but from the family court end of things...
There is an obligation of spousal support. So, if you ask for a temporary hearing the court will order her to reinstate the coverage if it is acceptable to the insurance company. I say acceptable because BadgerCare may limit her ability to do so.
My suggestion is to file for a temporary hearing and address this in court.