Q: Can the NC parent add our daughter to his insurance if I have legal custody and already carry coverage?
Recently, I reopened a CS order due to 1.5 years of non-payment based on a mutual agreement with the NC parent. Now that he is being legally ordered to pay CS, he mentioned adding our daughter to his health insurance. Since he is unable to make legal decisions based on the custody order, I wouldn't think he would be allowed to add her to his insurance. Also, I allowed him in the past to provide insurance in which he lied about the coverage having lapsed and I ended up paying out of pocket for several visits (he later reimbursed me). He also changes jobs frequently which will cause a lapse in coverage. I have carried insurance for my daughter since birth (with the one exception at his insistence) and she's had the same coverage through my employer for the last 7 years. Lastly, I believe the insurance company would require her SSN and I am not comfortable providing this since he has a big history of theft (from me, family, friends) and was previously convicted of fraud/forgery.
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