Okay, I'm going to try to make this as clear as possible without a wall of text.
My son is disabled so he gets SSI and is on medicaid. The state wants to go after his dad for more in CS to cover the medicaid. His dad is already paying more in CS than he can afford (when the CS order was established he was working more hours and had one child in his home, since then he's gained sole custody of his youngest daughter-who is disabled-and he's had his hours and pay reduced). The state has sent me a letter that I am supposed to return by the end of this week with information on how they can find him and the letter states that if I don't reply my son will lose his medicaid. I don't want to fill out the paperwork because my son is only on medicaid for a short time (he will be put on his dad's insurance as soon as his dad finishes the paperwork) and because I don't want a war with my ex (we do get along currently and I would like to keep it that way).
So, my question is, can my son really lose his medicaid if I don't fill out the papers?