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Old 09-09-2016, 05:57 PM
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For the first time, dental check-ups had to go through dad's insurance. Due to withholding my money, I was forced to have my lawyer send a letter to his requesting my reimbursement. Suddenly, the payments have arrived, via cheque no less (apparently direct deposit is not required). I am supposed to receive the e-transfer this evening. I asked dad to send me the report/documentation that accompanies the cheques in order to keep my records complete. Not surprisingly, he claims to have disposed of them when he deposited the cheques.

My question -- would a report/documentation that accompanies an insurance cheque be in any way similar to my providing the monthly child care statement for his records? Better yet -- are the report/documentation considered to be mine or his?

Sounds petty, I know, and I am not chasing him with an onslaught of ridiculous emails. I asked for it, he said my record keeping was not important, I've dropped it. However, I am asking for future reference.

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Old 09-09-2016, 06:19 PM
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you got paid

you both had to pay for lawyers to do this

I'd let it go as you accomplished what you set out to do
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What would you need the documents for? The dentist has receipts should you ever need them for something, can't imagine what you would need them for though.
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Old 09-09-2016, 11:30 PM
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Thanks Arabian and Blink. I think I should have put Petty Rant in the title line. Blink, you are right; its not worth it and thankfully I did not engage in pettiness with him. I am sure you can understand that sometimes it gets tough and your ability not to engage in the pettiness waivers. Thank you both for telling it like it is.
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