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Can a non-custodial parent be billed for medical charges not covered by insurance when the custodial parent signed for it?

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2015-07-16 18:58:45
2015-07-16 18:58:45

What does your judgment for divorce say? Seat of the pants answer would be yes.

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I was responsible to pay for medical expenses only after she paid the initial $250 deductible and all claims have been submitted to inusrance carriers. I have also been in situations where I have contested certain expenses that were not directly medical expenses such as warranties & shipping fees (ie. eye glasses). You should be able to find this information in your support order. Your domestic relation office can provide you with specific information on what type of medical expenses are considered.

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