How do I Prove Father Has Dental Insurance In Child Support Case
by Grasiela Mariscal
(La Junta Co)
I have two children ages 11 and 10. My ex-husband is claiming that he has dental insurance on them and he is also getting credit in the calculation. It has been a year since the last calculation and I have yet to receive the dental cards. He is in the military and stationed in Arizona. He hasn't used his visitation for a year. I have contacted him and my local child support unit in Otero County. My case worker is Anabell Baca and she sent me a hand written paper that my ex-husband sent to her. The dentist office will not take a hand written paper with information on it. Also my children do NOT have military ID cards that they are entitled to. He refuses to send the paperwork needed to get them on base. They have had ID cards before and they expired. Now he is stating they don't need them. On the medical cards that I just received (after one year) clearly states they need the ID cards to be seen by their PCM. I have done everything possible except going back to court. How am I supposed to get these things? My children have not been to the dentist since 2006 when I had Delta Dental coverage on them. I was told that if he claims dental insurance and is getting credited for it in the calculation, I was supposed to receive the cards. If at all possible can you please send me any information on this subject?
La Junta, Co 81050