The order was established upon divorce in 2014 with 245 a month staying in the noncustodial possession for travel fees for his visitation however he has not exercised his visitation since the order was established can I sue him for those 4 years worth of travel fees?
I am not sure what you are asking. If you are saying that when child support was last calculated by the court, they included some deviation for anticipated travel expenses, and thus lowered the monthly obligation, I believe that the answer to your question is "no". You may be able to pursue a modification of child support based on changes since the last order (payer's income, your income, child's needs, no longer needing a travel expense deviation, etc.).
You need to modify support to change the child support including travel fees provision.
No, you cannot sue him for those 4 years worth of travel fees. If he obtained a reduction in his child support for travel and he has not exercised visitation, you can file to modify the child support. You can file regardless for a modification since it has been more than 2 years since the last child support order was signed. However, keep in mind that if you file to modify the child support and he hires a lawyer, if for some reason the child support is decreased from the current order and does not increase, he could ask for attorney's fees for having to defend himself in this action. So you should contact an attorney and weigh your options before filing a modification, because the child support might not increase, especially if there has been a change in his employment.
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