Who pays for the step Child's(ren's) health/dental insurance premiums?(not including non covered expenses)

Non-Custodial Parent(Dad)
38% (198 votes)
Non-Custodial Parent(Mom)
2% (9 votes)
Custodial Parent(Dad)
15% (81 votes)
Custodial Parent(Mom)
13% (71 votes)
Each Parent Pays 1/2
20% (103 votes)
Other
12% (64 votes)
Total votes: 526
rachaemdea's picture

How it's split with us

I'm the SM and I pay for the SD's dental (as the BF was ordered to pay for dental but they are actually on my plan).

BM pays for their medical.

Anything not covered is paid half by both parents.

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ruldes's picture

BM simply has the Dr.'s

BM simply has the Dr.'s office bill DH the entire amount and it's like pulling teeth for her to reimburse it. Fun, Fun, Fun.... The non-covered expenses are split 60/40 (DH/BM) and since it's DH's insurance plan, but maybe not everything. We pay medical, dental, daycare, and a pretty decent amount of child support. peri menopause

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BM is required to cover kids

BM is required to cover kids on insurance and there is a yearly quota that she has to pay out of pocket before BF is required step in and split costs 50/50. BM makes over $20,000/year more than BF. No support is ordered, each pays their own childcare. pain under right rib cage

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The child lives with and is

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I'm the SM and I pay for the

I'm the SM and I pay for the SD's dental (as the BF was ordered to pay for dental but they are actually on my plan).

BM pays for their medical. truenutrition.com

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zaniness's picture

Step children shouldn't be

Step children shouldn't be considered different from the children from the marriage, so their insurance should be paid by the married parents and especially concerning the assisted living facilities that need to be covered by them as well. This discrimination damages the children a lot instead of protecting them from any harm.

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Ginsmer's picture

It is responsible for the

It is responsible for the cost! They can write whatever they want on the papers, and put down Santa Claus as the Gaurantor! It will never change the fact that they took the child to receive services and then thought someone else should and would foot the bill just because they put their name down as the gaurantor. essayontime fraud

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Mary Louise's picture

For ours custody is 50%

For ours custody is 50% legal and 50% physical. BM makes over $20,000/year more than BF. No support is ordered, each pays their own childcare. BM is required to cover kids on insurance and there is a yearly quota that she has to pay out of pocket before BF is required step in and split costs 50/50.

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50 - 50 should do it,

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Georgie Girl's picture

We pay for everything

but dh and bm have joint physical custody and we do not have to pay child support.

Colorado Girl's picture

We pay for a lot...

but maybe not everything. We pay medical, dental, daycare, and a pretty decent amount of child support.

The non-covered expenses are split 60/40 (DH/BM) and since it's DH's insurance plan, BM simply has the Dr.'s office bill DH the entire amount and it's like pulling teeth for her to reimburse it. Fun, Fun, Fun....

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"For every ailment under the sun....There is a remedy, or there is none;
If there be one, try to find it; If there be none, never mind it." ~ W.W. Bartley

Tired2's picture

Don't let them do that anymore!

My DH's ex tried that crap and I had a complete come apart! They by law can't bill your husband because he didn't sign the patient in. His signature isn't in the "responsible party" box. I called the doctor's office and they immediately changed the bill back to BM. Let them know that if they don't they will be speaking with your attorney.

I learned that little trick from the most evil of evils...my ex's 3rd wife. I was the 2nd! hahaha

Colorado Girl's picture

She works at the Dr.'s office...

...and I am so tired of arguing about it. DH told them not to bill him and they do it anyways. I just pay the stupid bill and wait the two months for her to reimburse it. Such is life.

"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass...It's about learning to dance in the rain."

"For every ailment under the sun....There is a remedy, or there is none;
If there be one, try to find it; If there be none, never mind it." ~ W.W. Bartley

Sita Tara's picture

She works there and they bill her kids?????

I have worked in three different medical practices over fifteen years....I have never had an employer bill my kids or husband for that matter. Even if they bill the insurance. The trick is you aren't supposed to bill insurance but not bill the difference. BUT they still do it!

Your DH's ex is doing this just to screw with you more!

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ColorMeGone2's picture

My DH is ordered to provide

My DH is ordered to provide medical and dental insurance, plus pay 33% of all medical and dental bills not covered by insurance after BM pays the first hundred per year. However, if BM uses our insurance, then we will see the EOBs. We will have access to information that she does not want us to have, such as where they go to the doctor, what kinds of treatments they've had, what kinds of meds they are on and how much she pays for their medical care. So to keep us in the dark, she covers them on her own insurance and doesn't use ours, even though DH is ordered to provide it. It doesn't cost us anything extra to have the kids on it, as we get the family plan anyway, so it's no big deal to us.

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