I sent my ex a letter asking him to please let me know his insurance information because I didn't have it on file. Our daughter needs to have her wisdom teeth pulled and accordance with our divorce agreement he has to pick-up all healthcare expenses while I pay for our daughter's car insurance. Well, it has been six weeks since I've heard from him at all then on Sunday afternoon my daughter received an e-mail from her father's new wife. She simply stated that new insurance coverage will go into affect starting next year and that she will send out new insurance information as soon as she knows it.
I didn't know if I liked the idea of her actually stepping up to do something my ex is responsible for nor that she knew my daughter's e-mail address and the fact that she sent an e-mail directly to my daughter. She's the one that had an affair with my ex that ultimately destroyed our marriage. Kind of hard for me see this e-mail all around. Like I said it was nice of her step up and actually answer the question. She decided to communicate with my daughter instead of having my ex do it. I know it was nice of her to do so, but at the same time my ex is the one that should have answered the letter and sent the info himself. He's been an absent father to our daughter since our divorce. He's also been a deadbeat father and we are currently battling in court for what he owes me and my daughter in accordance with our divorce agreement.
I told my daughter to not respond to the e-mail. Instead since we have a court date next month I will request all communication between us and her father stay between us and I will then request insurance info be sent directly to my attorney. I just don't want the new wife involved at all and I don't want her sending e-mails to my daughter.