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?
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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most people refer to full coverage as having the state required liability coverages as well as coverage on your vehicle, collision' and comprehensive coverages''.......there are many many coverages that you can elect to purchase, (ie accidental death, umpd,medpay, rental, tow, and etc)
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?
Answer . \nThe attorney representing the non-custodial parent can serve the custodial parent with a interogatory summons requesting proof of insurance or the lack thereof. If the parent wishing such information does not have legal representation, he or she may wish to contact the clerk of the cir…cuit court in the county where the action is to take place for information. Please be advised court clerks cannot give legal advice nor comment on individual cases, they can only impart general information concerning court procedures. ( Full Answer )
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?
In most cases child support ends at the age of majority, which in all but four states is 18. Alabama and Nebraska 19 and Mississippi and Pennsylvania 21. However, the support order issued by the court is the order that must be followed even if it is conflict with the state statutes pertaining to the… issue at hand. Many child support orders include stipulations as to the child leaving the custodial parents home and responsibilities of the parents in regards to educational issues. ( Full Answer )
Full coverage auto insurance is a policy which covers first party and third party injury to the body or damage to car. It covers physical damages to the car if it has been leased at the time of accident, death or physical injury to the body of people involved in the accident, also property damages c…aused by the insured person's car to someone's property, ( Full Answer )
The parent who was born first in the year. In other words if the mom was born in June and the father was born in July, then the primary insurance would be covered by the mother. This also applies to both parents being born in the same month. Whoever was born first is the primary holder of the insura…nce. ( Full Answer )
Their is no such thing as full coverage in legal terms. What people refer to when they say that is Physical Damage Coverage for a vehicle. What physical damage coverage breaks down into 2 parts. Collision Coverage: Does include a deductible, covers the vehicle from damage resulting in a person being… at-fault in an accident, and damage has occurred to the vehicle in which it has to be repaired or replaced. This does also protect the vehicle if an accident or damage results from a uninsured motorists or under insured motorists Comprehensive Coverage:(also known as other then collision) Does include a deductible, covers the vehicle from damages due to vehicle that are out of control of the insured. This would be from weather, vandalism, theft, hitting an animal, and etc. Remember, insurance company's insure vehicles of the actual cash amount at that time. If you have a collector car, you would to get collector car insurance, in which their is a stated amount. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt depends on the State in which the vehicle is registered and insured. A Named Non Owner cover only liability: Bodily Injury and Property Damage to a third party. I believe the parents would need to purchasea policy with Comprehensive, Collision and Medical Payments in addition to …the NNO policy. Simply call your Insurance Agent and find out! Good Luck! ( Full Answer )
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?
Answer . No the parent is not bound to carry the medical insurance for an adult child unless they want \nto put them on the policy and if the insurance company even allows that. Most do if they are full\ntime students. If you choose to do this, have the 18 yr. old kick in the difference for putt…ing them on the policy and any copays when they visit the doctor. Where else could a 18yr. college student get that kind of privilege, no where else. Get it in writing, too from all parties..That is called covering your butt. ( Full Answer )
College Grad Insurance Coverage . If your child is covered under your insurance while in college, the coverage probably ends in the month that the child graduates. You can probably purchase Cobra coverage at a higher rate until the child buys his or her own coverage. You should check with your in…surance agent (or the actual policy if you have it) to be sure of the ending date of your graduate's coverage. ( Full Answer )
No, Auto Insurance is required to Operate a motor vehicle on public roads, If the College student does not drive, then it is not necessary to have auto insurance nor is it necessary for them to have a drivers license.
Answer . Probably not, if you drive any vehicle with any regularity (siblings, parents when you're homet etc) you need to be a listed driver, and rated on that policy.. If you occasionally drive a friends car (with their permission of course), subject to any exclusions you should be fine. If you …do not drive at all ever, then no, you do not need a policy.... ( Full Answer )
What happens if parent does not report to the insurance carrier that their child is no longer a full time student?
Answer . If you have to file a claim on that child they can request that you 'prove' they are a full time student. I had to do this periodically without a claim while our daughter was in college. And if you cannot prove it that child will have no coverage.
"Full coverage" doesn't actually exist-but there are lots of auto insurance options you can choose from to help you feel well protected. When people say full coverage it usually means that they have a combination of insurance types that result in you being covered in almost every situation. This cou…ld include liability insurance, comprehensive insurance, uninsured motorist insurance, bodily injury protection and many others. ( Full Answer )
In new york if a 18 year old move to a non-custodial parent's home do you have to pay child support can the child go to court and have it stop?
You need to come to a new custody agreement for any changes to be made; have your lawyers make the necessary arrangements if the two parents cannot agree (in writing) themselves.
If you enroll a step child older than 18 in your medical plan. Who is legally obligated to pay her medical expenses not paid by the insurance?
If the step-child is in college , you are still responsible for paying their medical bills. If they aren't a full time student, you may need to check with your insurance plan because most insurances will not cover a child over 18 unless they are full time students.
Answer . Absolutely. Once they trun 18 you can drop them off your plan at any time. Legally in many states you can drop them off before 18.
Maybe, and if you can claim the child as a dependent, you would want to because then you may also qualify for education tax benefits.. And if you do qualify to claim the child as your dependent, the child can not claim themselves as a dependent.. In the instructions for form 1040, there is a flow …chart that you can work through. For 2007 see pag 15 for the start of the process. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i1040.pdf ( Full Answer )
If you're a college student covered under your parent's medical insurance and you're getting married are you dropped from their coverage once married?
As soon as the insurance company gets wind that you are married they will drop you from their coverage. If you are caught using their insurance they will probably try to charge you with fraud or cancel your parents insurance.
All biological parents are legally responsible for the financial support of their minor children regardless of the circumstances.. The issue of not having custodial rights and being in college is not relevant to the court when a support order is issued.
If the father is primary and his college student child is cosigner who is responible for the insurance?
The answer will vary from state to state, loan to loan and insurance company to insurance company. However, in most jurisdictions the DRIVER is responsible for insurance, regardless of who owns/titles/leases the vehicle. If I understand your question, you are asking whether the principal on the loan… or cosigner is responsible for insurance? Most insurance companies could give a rats donkey WHO carries insurance, so long as insurance meets the loans stipulations, but you would be best suited asking the insurance company. ( Full Answer )
Call your insurance company and ask them for the forms you need or what the procedure is to add a child to your coverage.
Can a father stop paying child support when the child is 18 but still lives at home and is a fulltime college student in Oklahoma?
See Link Below . Child Support Age-At what age does child support stop and what steps need to be taken to bring this about? .
Yes, . unless the child is enrolling in college in which case they would remain on the plan . or . you enroll the child in Cobra, in which case you would have to pay 100% of the single premium for the child; which will still be cheaper than an individual plan.
Who is guarantor for the medical bill One parents carries insurance coverage but child resides with the other parent?
Answer Whoever told the hospital they'd pay. The "guarantor" just means so-and-so said they would guarantee payment when they brought their kid in. It's one of the things you sign and don't pay any attention to.
Can child support payments be stopped or defered if the non-custodial parent is fired from a job and becomes a full time student?
no, the child deserves every penny whether the parent(s) are working or studying, it does not matter, this child needs to eat and be housed and clothed, for all this to fall on one parent is unfair, so it is up to both of the parents to provide for this child who did not ask to be born, so the paren…t going to school will just have to get a part time job or even 2 to make ends meet. ( Full Answer )
What age does your full time college student son have to be to stop getting child support in Louisiana?
Louisiana does not have that law so it strictly has to be addressed in the court orders.
In the state of Florida, child support can end when the child reaches the age of emancipation, which is 18 years old in Florida, unless the child support order indicates otherwise. You should check your child support order if there is a statement indicating when support payments end. Check with t…he Clerk of Courts in the county where the child support order was entered to get a copy of your support order. You can have your child support payments terminated by applying with the Florida DOR or by court order through the modification process. Resources: Florida Clerks of Courts http://www.flclerks.com/directory.html Florida Department of Revenue http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/childsupport/ Modifying Child Support in Florida http://www.florida-court-forms.net/florida-child-support.html ( Full Answer )
Can an adult child of a person be held responsible for the parent's medical bills if the parent had no health insurance in an ER setting the adult child signed the admittance papers on the parent?
It is possible. Signing the admission papers may obligate the child. Read the papers and see if the undersigned is responsible for any charges not covered by insurance. You may wish to consult an attorney.
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…cle against physical damage that may occur. This optional coverage is bought on top of your liability limits. ( Full Answer )
Depending on your provider ages can range from 18-25 providing that that child still live at home or is in school. Best to call your providers general information number on the back of your insurance card and ask them or call your local agent.
No, "full coverage" auto insurance is not required by law. All states require some level of car insurance that covers costs if you are responsible for an accident. That would be called liability insurance and the state minimum coverages dictate how much of it you need to buy. That said, "full …coverage" does not actually exist and the phrase generally refers to buying a combination of several insurance types to ensure the most protection. ( Full Answer )
Child insurance plans helps to secure the future of your child financially. Such plan gives the returns on crucial times. such as when you need money for higher education of your child and so.
"full coverage" generally means including comprehensive and collision coverages. Though that doesn't include everything a policy offers, it's more of a slang term.
How much can be deducted from noncustodial father for 3 kids child support and health medical insurance coverage?
You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. You need to check under the laws in your particular state…. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the state where you reside. Most cases the child does need to be enrolled in a certain number of credit hours to receive child support benefits.
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…hat is called short-term major medical insurance for times that you are not covered elsewhere. This is less expensive than regular individual health insurance. It is designed for students, people between jobs, when your waiting to qualify for your new job's group insurance, etc. ( 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?
You need to review your divorce decree and the associated child support orders and separation agreement. If you still have questions then you should consult with an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your state. The attorney can review your situation and explain your rights, obligations and o…ptions. Perhaps you should contact the attorney who represented you in your divorce. You need to review your divorce decree and the associated child support orders and separation agreement. If you still have questions then you should consult with an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your state. The attorney can review your situation and explain your rights, obligations and options. Perhaps you should contact the attorney who represented you in your divorce. You need to review your divorce decree and the associated child support orders and separation agreement. If you still have questions then you should consult with an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your state. The attorney can review your situation and explain your rights, obligations and options. Perhaps you should contact the attorney who represented you in your divorce. You need to review your divorce decree and the associated child support orders and separation agreement. If you still have questions then you should consult with an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your state. The attorney can review your situation and explain your rights, obligations and options. Perhaps you should contact the attorney who represented you in your divorce. ( Full Answer )
It depends on where you are. In the majority of states in the US (maybe even in all of them), child support continues past 18 if the child is still in high school. In some states, child support can be ordered to continue during college.
No, but the child must be enrolled at least half time and remain unmarried to be eligible for child support. Under those conditions, it may continue until the child is 21. Refer to Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 109.510. Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 107.108 regarding child attending school.
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…tates have provisions allowing for extension of support/insurance for children up to a certain age if they remain in school. Other states have no such provision and support ends along with all other expenses including health insurance, when the child reaches the age of majority or emancipation as outlined by their state's laws. The custodial parent may have the option to file a motion to extend health care coverage for the child enrolled in college, but again that depends on where you live whether or not this would be allowed and/or granted. ( Full Answer )
Generally child support orders continue until the child has graduated from high school. You should visit the court and inquire about the law in your state. You should also review your court documents. Generally child support orders continue until the child has graduated from high school. You should… visit the court and inquire about the law in your state. You should also review your court documents. Generally child support orders continue until the child has graduated from high school. You should visit the court and inquire about the law in your state. You should also review your court documents. Generally child support orders continue until the child has graduated from high school. You should visit the court and inquire about the law in your state. You should also review your court documents. ( Full Answer )
Does the state of California obligate a noncustodial parent to provide medical insurance to an 18 year old and full times student?
There is not a state or federal law requiring any parent to provide health insurance to a child. If the child were under age 18, then the doctor or hospital could hold the parent responsible for the bill. Since the child is 18, he is himself responsible for his bills -- medical and otherwise. Sin…ce you mention custody, however, there may be terms in the custody agreement that require you to provide health insurance for the child. The school he/she is attending may offer an inexpensive student health plan; make sure the plan covers services that are out-of-network and that it has at least the Affiordable Care Act limit ($2.25 million in 2012) on "essential" benefits. If the student health plan has either of those pieces missing, then it will be better to add the child to your group health plan or buy a separate plan. A plan that only covers on-campus doctors or has slim maximum benefits would still leave you or your child holding the bag for big medical bills. Best to avoid having to choose between your retirement savings and your child's life, if he were to need a transplant to something major. For more plain and simple answers to health insurance questions, visit Health Unsurance blog in the "related links and sources" down below. ( Full Answer )
No, regardless of your age, you are emancipated by being married and therefor does not get child support.
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When does the non-custodial parent's medical insurance coverage stop for a child of divorced parents?
It would depend on why it stopped. If the non-custodial parent lost his or her job and their medical insurance along with it, the courts may not expect the unemployed parent to maintain medical insurance if doing so would be financially impossible. However, child support would continue as all states… allow unemployment benefits to be garnished for that purpose. If the non-custodial parent is unemployed, it's doubtful the remaining unemployment benefits would be enough to purchase medical insurance for the child, but if the custodial parent wanted to push it, he or she could file an action against the non-custodial parent for enforcement, but you can't get blood from a turnip. All that may result is the non-custodial parent going to jail making it impossible for them to seek work and harder to find a job with an arrest record after they get out. It would be easier to see if the child qualified for Medicaid and used that until the custodial parent found another job and could put the child on the new insurance plan. If the insurance was dropped "just because", in that case, the custodial parent should file notification of violation or a motion for enforcement in the court with jurisdiction over the child. Answer It would depend on the laws in effect at the time (regarding to what age a child can be covered on a parents medical insurance), the separation agreement if any and any child support orders in effect. You should review all the court orders in your file and speak with an advocate at the court or an attorney if you still have questions. ( Full Answer )
When is the non custodials responsibility for medical insurance coverage stop for a child of divorced parents?
Usually when the support obligation stops unless the custody or support order states something to the contrary.
What do you do when the noncustodial parent has stopped paying third-party medical insurance premium for their child?
It depends upon how the court order is worded. If the non-custodial parent is responsible for health insurance for the child, then you would need to go back to court. If he is responsible for paying the medical bills, then you would send him the bills. In any case, he remains on the hook for the chi…ld's medical bills. ( Full Answer )
Of course. The child's needs comes first so not everyone can afford to study and have to work instead. This is why it's best to wait to have children until you are done with your education. The child's needs don't stop just because you go to school. Someone has to pay for it and that someone is the …biological parent. ( Full Answer )
Yes, if you live in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or South Dakota. These states allow dependents past age 26 to stay on the parents' plan if certain other requirements are met. In New York, the child can be up to age 30 but has to reside in the state. In New Jersey, it's age 30 but the child h…as to be unmarried and have no children. Pennsylvania it's age 30 and full-time student OR unmarried and no children. South Dakota, it's 29 and a full-time student. ( Full Answer )
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?
You need to review your court orders. Your responsibilities should be spelled out. You need to review your court orders. Your responsibilities should be spelled out. You need to review your court orders. Your responsibilities should be spelled out. You need to review your court orders. Your respo…nsibilities should be spelled out. ( Full Answer )