If the adult brother doesn't have legal custody of the adult sister (if she were severely disabled, severely retarded, etc.) then he's not legally responsible.
Parents shouldn't be responsible for adult children.
The estate is responsible for the medical debts. The exception would be if the children were the insurance holder or co-signed the medical agreement.
The estate is responsible for paying all debts.
The age of majority is 18. After that they are considered an adult and responsible for their own choices.
The 19 year old is an adult and should pay own medical bills.
to provide adult mentors to boys and girls in need of them-apex
Tell your parents. If they won't help, tell another adult. Perhaps a teacher at school or another responsible adult. OKAY!
It is not the parents, but the estate that is responsible for any remaining debts. That will include medical bills. If there is not enough in the estate to cover them, someone will not get paid.
An adult is responsible for his own agreements, unless another person co-signed or signed as guarantor.
Yes unless they way over 200 pounds
Probably not. They might be in some circumstances, such as if the adult children were developmentally disabled, but where the adult children live is not really a factor.
If the student is over 18, they are an adult; therefore, if they received medical treatment, they are legally responsible for the bill. The fact that they are a dependant doesn't matter.
If the child is over age 18, then the parent is not responsible for the child's medical bills. The child is legally responsible for anything that the insurance policy did not pay.
A brother or sister that is an adult.
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No, the estate is responsible for the medical bills of the deceased. Only after they are resolved can the estate be closed any remainder distributed.
Simply because you haven't shown them you're capable of making responsible adult decisions. There are plenty of women who'd rather have big brothers for safety.
15 with a responsible adult 18 without a responsible adult
If a minor is legally emancipated it is assumed that they have no more connection with the parent, and that the parent is no longer financially responsible. Therefore, the child is held responsible for bills.
The child is not responsible. The estate has to pay off the debts. If the estate cannot do so, they distribute as best they can. If the court approves the distribution, the debts are ended.
no they r not responsible at 21 when u turn 18 u are a legal adult so that's when the responsibility goes away
Some medical insurance plans will cover an adult child up to about age 24 under certain circumstances. Some plans will cover them if they are in college, living at home or are permanent dependents of the parents.
A parent can get the medical records of an adult child if the adult child gives express permission.