Is a man required to continue to provide medical insurance to his wife after they have been separated for 2 years?
It depends on the divorce agreement. If they have filed for divorce and it is pending, this has probably been addressed in a temporary or interlocutory order. Some states also include a mutual restraining order when the divorce is filed, saying that neither can change the status quo (such as ending med ins) w/o court approval.
If the divorce is final, it should be addressed in the settlement agreement. If it is not addressed, he's probably not under any obligation, unless it is otherwise addressed by that state's law.
If the couple has not filed for divorce, he's probably not under any obligation to continue, but if one of them does later file for divorce, cutting her off without proper notice and making sure she has other options is probably not going to play out well for him in the process of the divorce.
No, because then the man would have married someone else and his name would be put off the check.
Yes. Medical liability insurance is required of all practicing physicians in all 50 states, whether it is paid by doctors directly or by an organization they work for. Clarification: Per the Insurance Department of the State of New York, NY physicians are not required to carry medical malpractice/professional liability. I can't speak for Maryland or other states.
There are a number of types of insurance that do not require a medical exam to be taken. These include house and contents, car and mobile phone insurance. Typically a medical exam is required for life insurance. However there are still many financial institutions that offer life insurance without a medical.
It depends....it you are divorced or legally separated than the judge has to enter a judgment that says he has to pay for your medical bills...if you're not legally separated or divorced its his option if he wants to add you to his health plan...If you have your own insurance and he has his own insurance and you're added to his plan than the insurance go by the birthday rule..whom ever is born first is…
Mandatory Medical Malpractice Insurance? No, No state mandates that a Doctor carry malpractice insurance nor any kind of insurance at all related to their profession. Recent polls as of 2009 indicate that as much as 60 percent of private practitioners no longer purchase Medical Malpractice Coverage due to the high cost. Other Answers I do believe that medical malpractice is required in every state for doctors, but you should check with the governing body of…
He is not responsible for medical bills incurred for his ex-wife's medical care unless that provision was included in the divorce decree and separation agreement. He should review his divorce decree. Many decrees provide that the husband continue the existing medical insurance for a period of time. He is not responsible for medical bills incurred for his ex-wife's medical care unless that provision was included in the divorce decree and separation agreement. He should review…
If you pay medical insurance from your paycheck and go out on maternity leave are you required to pay your employer the medical insurance as you would if you are working?
Can you make an insurance claim and someone else make a homeowner insurance claim after an injury that required medical attention occurs at their home?
Accidental injuries are best covered under your Health Insurance Policy. Home owners insurance is designed to cover a residence. It's property lines coverage. The home insurance policy typically provides very little coverage if any at all, for household injuries that fit the terms of the policy, where as your medical insurance will have no limit on coverage and it does not matter where the injury occurred. In order to claim against the homeowner you will…
Can a person be evicted if you have a serious medical condition the has kept from employment and therefore unable to acquire medical insurance?
If your question supposes that you purchased life insurance for the child before he/she reached 18, you are free to continue it or not. It may well be a good idea to continue it because a medical condition may develop later in life that makes it hard or impossible for the child to later get life insurance. Naturally, you can reach an agreement with the child that he/she take over the payment of the premiums.
Not required by law ... but one of the necessary things that a doctor will do anyway just to protect himself against 'sue happy' people. Part of the high cost of medical care today is because our medical doctors have to carry this very very expensive insurance ... of course, that cost must be passed on to the consumer, the patients.
I have tricare medical insurance. I want to cancel my blue shield medical insurance. How do I go about doing it? I have tricare medical insurance. I want to cancel my blue shield medical insurance. How do I go about doing it? I have tricare medical insurance. I want to cancel my blue shield medical insurance. How do I go about doing it?
Where can one find information about employee medical insurance with the Federal Government of Canada?
Is the survivor of a deceased person responsible for medical bills if the deceased had their own insurance policy in Ohio?
If you are carrying medical insurance is it necessary or wise to also get medical payments coverage as part of your auto insurance?
It is not required. Please keep in mind medical insurance on an auto policy only pays in the excess of what your work med doesnt pay. It is a good idea to have the medical payments on your policy because it will also cover any passengers that are in your vehicle if they don't have health insurance. It will also pay bills right away. You never know if you are going to lose your job…
You took international travel insurance policy where no medical check up was required. you had no problem like high blood pressure. After one month you land in hospital for heart surgery. will co. pay?
Three methods for collecting payments: 1. Patient pays in full and fi les an insurance claim. Some medical offices require patients to pay the full amount of their bill at the time of the visit. These offices provide the patient with an encounter form that includes the information required in order to fi le a claim with an insurance plan. 2. Patient pays, but the medical office fi les the claim form. Some medical offices…