She's supposed to tell me how much is due for boarding horse each month. Hasn't contacted me yet. (She hasn't responded to other texts regarding child but that's another story) Should I contact her and ask? I have bills too I can't just wait around and guess how much I may owe each month. I don't believe I should even have to be responsible for this horse. But she told judge it was our child's sport.
Thank you for your question. I believe you may have addressed the issue previously in this venue??? If the judge ordered you to pay, and if your ex was ordered to inform you of the amount,then you should be proactive in attempting to fulfill your obligations so that you can show the court that are trying to do what you need to do. And please keep hard copies of all of your efforts because if you end up back in court, you will need to produce your proofs to the judge. In order for anyone to respond to this question, we would need to see the order your are referring to and exactly what the judge ordered. Depending on what the order states, you can file a motion to enforce litigant's rights - but you would need to attach any proofs to back up your side of the story. I would strongly urge you to seek at least a consultation with an experienced family law attorney so that he/she could properly advise you as to this problem and any other problems that you are experiencing. I wish you luck.
You need to review the court order and see who is responsible for what
My colleague answers your question perfectly here. For more responses, please see the answers to the same question asked prior.
You can always file a motion in court to enforce the orders and agreements.
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