February 2016 | 201 So. 3d 500 (Miss. Ct. App. 2016)

Stallings v. Allen (Mississippi 2016)

A parent can be found in civil contempt of court for a failure to provide dental insurance and to pay a portion of uncovered medical expenses as ordered. A parent must provide proof of payment of the specific type of insurance, which in this case was dental insurance, and that the insurance was for the benefit of the child.

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