Okay,so let's say a non-custodial parent is ordered through the court to pay a certain amount towards back medical bills,along with a certain amount just for child support.Fine,the bills need to be paid,no problem.But here's my question.
The amount paid for the back medical bills is monitored,to make sure the non-custodial parent is paying like he/she should.Which again,is fine,because he/she should be doing what is ordered.But,why is it not monitored to see if the custodial parent is actually using the money to pay said medical bills?The CSEA says they have no way to track something like that,but it seems to me,it's not that hard to order the custodial parent to show receipts proving they have paid on the bills.
Please do not turn this into a debate about child support,deadbeat dads,etc.It really is just a question I had & thought I would ask to see if anyone knew the answer.
What your talking about is know different then, just child support..Nobody can monitor what the Mom/Dad is doing with the child support.. The person that is paying it just does what he/she is told by the court..
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