As to you owing or not while your motion to amend is pending.
Unless the court has suspended your obligation to pay pending the ruling on your motion, you keep paying as the order demands.
As for the second bill, he doesn't say if he did or if he didn't pay her back for the bill she paid.
As for the third bill, unless his attorney is acting in bad faith, then he should wait until he receives further instruction from counsel.
She is the one who isn't following the instructions of the court by not documenting her bills, and then making unfounded legal threats to scare him into paying baseless financial claims. My guess is she saw this temporary order as an excuse to keep cashing checks in this guy's name and is too simple to know better. No surprise. If she's asking for permanent alimony, she probably never even graduated high school and is dumber than a bag of hammers.
How is it even possible to do this by appealing to an internet discussion board? How does that get him out of anything? What does he have to gain by spinning things to convince you he has a case? I don't understand this.
op stated he did not reimburse her for the second bill. That was one of the most stressed questione: does he have to reimburse her
it appeared he was trying to get out of paying because he didnít pay one outstanding bill and he, for some reason, thought if the ex paid a bill he didnít. Given the order that doesnít make much sense
there was nothing stated she was under court order to document her bills. Op he is liable for medical expenses. When she decides to send them, op is obligated to pay them. Thatís it.
My husband's ex used to do this thing where she would make threats that sounded very legitimate and get him all spun up. He would go to his attorney, and get billed only to be told to calm down and stop listening to her. We spent a lot of money worrying about empty threats.
Follow the court order, listen to your attorney, and pay what you are told by your attorney to pay, and to whom them tell you to pay. Stop listening to your ex.