Susan - posted on 03/03/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )
My former husband mailed the support check but deducted $100 from the amount to pay for his part of the co-pay for our minor daughter's 5 sessions of physical therapy. He states that since I did not pay for any of the counseling "I" forced him to go to with her right after the divorce was final, that he should not have to pay for physical therapy. I just paid my co-pay at each of the sessions and had them bill him for his portion. Apparently, this seems to be his way of still not paying for his portion. If I try to fight him over this, and say that he is not abiding by the court order for support, he will turn it around and say that I am not abiding by the court order of our daughter spending every other weekend with him. She is 15, and they have mutually agreed that a.) since he lives 1 mile away and b.) since they spend every Tuesday with each other, that she does not want to stay overnight with him. We have been separated since 2012 and she has stayed with him one night and was so miserable, he brought her home the next day. Is this really worth my time to fight him if I don't need the money?