Is there any way to protect health insurance from being abused by a Non-Custodial parent?
Reason for question:
DH provides insurance through his job, always has b/c of a CO. BM has never had to pay anything for Medical because she would just get State Medical on top of DH's. Now that DH has custody, there is no longer any State Medical, because DH and I don't believe we are in need of the State's help in that way. Anyways, BM is now trying to take charge of all medical appointments, and scheduling ones that DH doesn't necessarily agree with. She doesn't take care of Co-pays, and is saying that she's going to be bringing them to appointments that seem unnecessary.
I'm just wondering if we can protect it, in case BM does other things that use up the insurance, i.e. Unneeded trips to the E.R. or something like that.
Do we most likely have to contact our insurance company? I'm wondering if anyone has dealt with something so strange like this?