If the dad provides insurance but there are copays do I have to pay them? My order says extra medical expenses 80% NCP and 20% CP (not exact numbers, don't have order here but close). If I don't have to pay them how long do I have to request his half and can I go back to get what he hasn't paid in the past?
Okay what I want to know is lets say the child is sick and I take them to the doctors and they need medication. The copay total for the month is $50. Can I send the dad a bill for $40 of that since his part is 80% and mine is 20%.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:08 PM on Jan. 6, 2011 in Relationships
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depends on whether or not you have a court order. Review your divorce decree or court judgement. Most likely, YOU have the copay as the requesting parent for medical care and are the one signing for care consent for a minor. If you do not present the court order or decree prior to receiving medical care more than likely you are listed as the guarantor in the provider's system.
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