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Is your husband responsibile for your medical bills?

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2011-09-13 10:49:40
2011-09-13 10:49:40

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 primary....

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