Category Archives: Child Support – Medical/Counseling Expenses

Martin v. Martin

Expenses for a child’s psychological treatment are “medical expenses” for purposes of a divorce decree.

Year: 1990 | State: MS

Bucy v. Bucy

Psychotherapy for bulimia and anorexia received by a divorced man’s daughter constituted a medical expense within the meaning of a decree obligating him to pay for non-insured medical expenses.

Year: 1990 | State: CT

Cedergreen v. Cedergreen

Father’s obligation to pay unreimbursed medical and dental expenses included mental health counseling, contact lenses, braces and travel costs required to obtain medical treatment.

Year: 1991 | State: AK