Is there a certain time frame that the custodial parent should get medical bills or insurance EOBS to the noncustodial parent who is responsible for medical bills not covered by insurance?

already exists.

Would you like to merge this question into it?

already exists as an alternate of this question.

Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?

exists and is an alternate of .

You contact your local Domestic Relations Office for the information. They should have a policy on it. In the state of PA the custodial parent must provide the documents within 6 months or the Domestic Relations Office may not assist in recouping the funds from the non custodial parent. Good Luck. What does the Court Order say? I would suggest the sooner the better, if the claim wasn't processed correctly the other parent might be able to get it corrected. Maybe the other parent has other coverage that will pay it. Also, the medical provider would want to get paid as soon as possible. for more info see www.steveshorr.com
27 people found this useful

Can a non-custodial parent be billed for medical charges not covered by insurance when the custodial parent signed for it?

What does your judgment for divorce say? Seat of the pants answer would be yes. www.SteveShorr.com/family.law.htm I was responsible to pay for medical expenses only after s

Can a noncustodial parent be billed directly from medical provider for their share of unreimbursed medical bill?

A hospital can only bill a noncustodial parent if that parent calls or signs to okay it. if the spouse simply says to bill my spouse, then you can fight it because you did not

Are parents responsible for adult children's medical bills if they have medical insurance on them?

No. Insurance, and Responsible party are two different obligations. Insurance is just a service. Responsibilty to pay is owed by anyone over the age of 18, the legal gaurdian

What percent does insurance cover of a medical bill?

This depends on the insurance provider. Some cover only 25% of specific medical treatments, others could cover as much as 100%. Generally speaking most insurance providers cov