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Old 05-22-2013, 10:41 AM   #1
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As part of our Child support order the ex is supposed to provide Health insurance benefits. The last card he gave me was effective last year. Is there a way to find out if it is still active?
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I would call the company.

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I can go online and look at benefits. I just say I forgot my login (and I did, I did register on there years back) It asks for the name, memberid and birthdate. Bet you know all that!
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I have tried to register online it always gives me a message that a plan under the given information is not found. If I call and enter the information it gives me the same kind of message. Because of the way our order is set up for any time (months) that he does not cover her he is supposed to pay a medical support payment. I am pretty sure he hasn't had coverage for a while but if I ask him he will just go get the same crappy coverage and not report the months he didn't cover her. Plus i have been covering her because my insurance covers more and has cheaper copays etc. there are no serious medical problems but at this point i am paying for orthodontic work which could get pricey. Any suggestions?
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Depending on WHEN you realized you no longer had medical coverage as ordered, you could go for contempt/back cash medical support. However, most medical support actions (at least in this area) have a time limit- you have to file within 90 days of the expense/not receiving a portion of the expense. How does your order work?? I would check the time limit. If you have let it go too long, you may not get it. And I'm not even sure you can collect back cash medical if you did not properly notify.

In my order my ex is to pay 68% of all medical costs after insurance. Since at the time of the order neither of us had insurance, it was split this way and ordered that whoever COULD get insurance at any point was to do so. Insurance became available through my husband, so I put R on it. But his dad still owes 68% of his expenses.... however I can only legally collect on them if I file within 6 months.


If I were in your position, I might file to modify the medical part of your order since your daughter is covered under your plan. I'd request that it be changed to him paying whatever percentage of medical expenses not covered by insurance since he hasn't covered her in x months and she has coverage through you.
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