I'm being sued for contempt for 10+ years of my half of ordered insurance premiums for our kids. Ex wife has never given me proof of what the premiums cost. It's her work policy and I can't access premium amounts. She admits she never gave me the Information.
Moving to family law. Sounds defensible, pay for a consult with counsel.
There are a few different legal principals that could impact the outcome of this case. If the contract (your settlement agreement or final order) required that she provide you evidence of payment or costs and she has not done so, you may be relieved of that obligation. If it is determined that she has "sat on " her right to collect for too long, she may have waived that right. Also, are you 100% sure you are even obligated to make a separate payment for health insurance premiums? Since 2007 it has been required that the medical insurance premiums be included in the child support calculations. It would be well worth your money to take the petition for contempt to an attorney along with the original documents from your divorce, and pay for a consultation.
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