When does medical insurance stop for a child insured by the non-custodial parent's coverage if the child is 18 but a full time college student?

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as long as your child continues to be a full time student, then they are covered until they graduate. Answer That may not be the case. Most insurance will cover a student to age 21 - 25. So if the student wants to pursue a doctorate that will take them past their cutoff date then they will be terminated. It depends on the policy.
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When a noncustodial parent is ordered to pay unreimbursed medical expenses and both parents have insurance coverage for the child how can you prove the custodial parent has coverage when she denies it?

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If a child is 18 years old and moves out of the custodial parent's home does the custodial parent have to provide child support to the independent student?

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What is a full coverage auto insurance?

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Does the parent of an 18-year-old have to carry medical insurance on an adult child who is a full time student and living in the household?

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Does your child have medical coverage after he graduates from college?

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Is it necessary for a college student to have auto insurance coverage when they do not have a car?

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Can I claim my full-time college student child as a dependent?

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If the father is primary and his college student child is cosigner who is responible for the insurance?

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Can child support payments be stopped or defered if the non-custodial parent is fired from a job and becomes a full time student?

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When does child support end in the state of Florida if the child is a full time college student?

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What is full coverage insurance in California?

Their is no such thing as "full coverage". You are more then welcome to look in any Property and Casualty law that California has. You will not find the definition of "full coverage". This term is commonly used by consumers looking for comprehensive and collision on a policy. This protects your vehi ( Full Answer )

Do you have to have full coverage auto insurance?

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What is full coverage insurance in Oklahoma?

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How much can be deducted from noncustodial father for 3 kids child support and health medical insurance coverage?

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How do you get health insurance as a full-time student?

Depending on your age, if you are a full-time student and a resident of your parents home you can remain on their health insurance until the age of 26. Be careful if you don't take enough hours one quarter or semester to meet the requirements for full-time student at your college. You can purchase w ( Full Answer )

Is the non-custodial parent obligated to keep insurance if the child becomes pregnant is 18 and is a full time student living at home?

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Does child support end at 18 if child is a full-time student?

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When does medical insurance stop for a child insured by the non custodial parent's coverage if the child is 18 but a full time college student?

Where do you live? Laws vary, but in general, any insurance provision should be outlined in the original custody/support order. Oregon mandates that support and items such as health insurance be continued until the child is 21 if he/she is unmarried and enrolled in school at least half time. Other s ( Full Answer )

What if your child turned 18 in January 2011 but was still a full time student?

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Does the state of California obligate a noncustodial parent to provide medical insurance to an 18 year old and full times student?

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When does the non-custodial parent's medical insurance coverage stop for a child of divorced parents?

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Can your 28 year old child ull time student be covered under my family medical insurance policy?

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Do you have to provide health insurance for your minor child when your ex-husband got full custody your ex does not have any coverage?

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