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My response...

Jan 9, 2004

Dear Anthony "Tony" J R,

Colleen R's letter to me dated 1-7-04

I am writing this letter so that YOU can get a few things straight.

YOU and I, Anthony, had a child together, NOT Colleen and I, so my "legal business" is with YOU, not Colleen. YOU are court ordered to carry medical insurance on Sarah M R. If I were to quit using one of the two insurance's that Sarah is presently covered unver, I would quit using my husband's plan.

YOU do NOT pay $700 a month in medical insurance. A letter from your employer, dated in 1998, with confirmation as early as TODAY, BOTH state that your employer pays 100% of the premium. There is no cost to your for the health insurance that you carry on Sarah and yourself. Remember, when you tried to make this same claim in 2002, NO ONE believed you. Remember, the DA's officer we met with at the court house called your employer to verify your information, and at that time as well, your employer said there is no co…

Nosey Nellie...

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OH for CRYING out LOUD.... and yet, another letter from Coleen...





***** UPDATE*****

While it may have taken nearly 9.5 yrs, I LOVE IT when the truth comes out. As I suspected and new, this little girl is NOT my ex's daughter, as his wife at the time wrote she was :-) This post came from Sunday, June 23, 2013:


8 years long....

I wrote Anthony a letter regarding insurance and uncovered medical expenses. I told him there was no reason he should have a balance of uncovered medical expenses, after 8 yrs. I let him know that the child support he pays goes to my daughter's living expenses, food, clothing, shelter, and that carrying her at no cost to him,  to pay his share of uncovered medical expenses, as the court ordered, was on TOP of the child support he is ordered to pay.

I explained to him that my daughter has dual coverage, as she was also covered under my husbands plans, and that the out of pockets expenses are cut drastically, especially where Dental expenses are concerned.

I gave him until Feb 8th, 2004, 36 days, to become current on his share of uncovered medical expenses, and that if he failed to do so, I would be bring this issue before a judge and request a wage garnishment. I would also be requesting reimbursement for court costs and filing fees, because it is BECAUSE of him that I had to make …