WOW… okay I cannot answer your questions, but I can make a suggestion… Can you contact the children’s doctors and give them a credit card to keep on file and charge at the time of the visit? Your husband also has a right to get any medical records to determine what his money is paying for. One question, I do not mean to pry, but my husband and I have 3 kids between us… NEVER have we had 300.00 a month in medical co-pays… even when my son had to go to the emergency room. Unless the children have chronic medical conditions, I would read the medical reports and talk to the doctors about the reasons for the visits… are they frivilous? Now if this includes dental, I can see the charges being high becaus eif any of the kids are in braces that are not covered under insurance, it can be costly. My son’s dentist did have it set up for my ex to pay and recieve the tax credit… but alas he didn’t pay so I had to, that is a different story. But what I am trying to say is that your husband can pay directly, but he is going to have to contact the doctors and dentist directly. He can stress that his ex is not giving him the full story as far as treatment and request that the doctor keeps him informed. If your husband has kept good records and can find inconsistancies in the amount of his obligation he can file to have it heard in court.
I do not agree with you blasting Rosen for what another attorney has done. Rosen has help numerous people who, like your husband, cannot afford an attorney. They give answers and guidance for those who HAVE to file themselves. They do not make money on this forum, if you will notice there are NO advertisements on the page. They have this forum just to help. Oh I know they make money, would you work for free? This forum isn’t one of the places they make money from.