I think I may be in a bit of pickle here. I have a judge-signed MSA from Feb. of 2016. It includes the standard CA form FL-192 which says the ex and I are to split any health costs for the children that aren't covered by insurance.
I pay their insurance, and both the ex and I were under the assumption that I should be paying all of their health costs through my HSA because we thought the HSA ~was~ insurance.
We had a benefit meeting at work, and I realized that my HSA is just a pre-tax bank account and NOT insurance. I'm a little slow, I get it
Feeling like a dullard, I'm not sure what to do at this point. If I point this out to her and she decides to take it to court, could the judge say that I've been paying all of this time, so there's no reason to change?
Should I ask her for half of the money I've paid for medical since the MSA has been signed by the judge? It would total around $3K.
The other option would be to tell her that we have to split costs from this point on.