I had to hire a lawyer for workers comp and now the case is closed. My ex is making more money and the money I get now isn't enough to support the girls and one child has seizures and I can't afford all of her medications. The day we divorced he was supposed to be paying copayments but he has not made a single payment in 8 years. He's making more money but because I lost my job I have to look for another one.
Either one of u can file a motion to
Modify child support so long as there is a change of circumstances. As far as the co payments it is your obligation to provide him with the receipts within a reasonable period of time. Eight years ago, a judge probable will not consider a reasonable period of time. However within the last six to eight months you should be fine
You were smart to hire an attorney to assist in your WC case and I am glad to hear that worked out for you. You will do well to enlist the assistance of a seasoned family court attorney to help you adjust your child support based on current incomes of the parties (assuming there has been a significant change). Gather copies of all the letters you have sent asking for the medical co-pays and show them to. your attorney. They will know how to best present them to the court.
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