I know that nothing magical was going to happen when easy child turned 18. The difference now is, that all of the **** that he pulled to spite me is now really hurting easy child, rather than just being one more piece of garbage I have to deal with. It has to do with health insurance. easy child is covered by his dad's until he is 19. I had to fight tooth and nail to get an insurance card from ex. The first time I got one was almost 5 years ago...and that's because I called his HR dept asking about the insurance, then child support enforcement called his HR dept, and ex was up for a promotion and they were asking him questions. So, that got me an insurance card. Finally. What ex wanted to do was for me to pay the bill, submit it to him, he would submit it to the insurance, then reimburse me for half...and pocket the other half. See? Jerk. We've only ever gotten the one insurance card. It is dated 01/01/05. 2 weeks ago when easy child went to get his eye drops filled, it wasn't covered and he had to pay $57 out of pocket (he's no longer on my insurance which is medicaid). He called his dad and his dad was like, oh....prescription covereage is now through X. You don't have that? I don't know, Einstein, did you send it? The answer would be no. And the reason is just to spite me. And now..that 5 year old insurance card? Well, things have changed. His coverage is BC/BS, but they now do mental health coverage through Magellan. Which, since we don't have a new card - and have never had any info - we didn't know. And guess what? therapist isn't a provider for Magellan. And we didn't find this out until today - about the Magellan - and easy child has seen therapist 3 times. Had he had a new card, it would have stated that on the back. So, I'm calling ex and letting him know that he owes therapist $450 because he failed to provide the basic information so that easy child could make sure he was covered. easy child doesn't have the money and had we known, he wouldn't have gone to this therapist. Obviously. Ex was just in town visiting easy child this past weekend. I think the 40" plasma tv that daddy bought him doesn't seem quite as appealing now.