Q: children are covered through the state by the mother for health. Will the medical support notice be sent to my employer?
We had a mutual agreement she would
Get them covered through state but order states I’m responsible does the child support agency look
If they are covered before they send out notice?
A: If you and your ex had an agreement as to coverage for the children but the order entered by the judge hearing the child support issue entered an order requiring you to provide health insurance coverage for the children, then you need to file an application with the court immediately to correct that order, since its inconsistent with the understanding you had with your ex as to coverage. If your ex is still in agreement with you as to how coverage was to be provided for the children, then you should get her to sign an affidavit as part of your application for correction of the prior court order, where she acknowledges that the health insurance provision of the prior court order is wrong and that she agreed to obtain health insurance coverage through the state program. If she does not recall that agreement with you or has had a change of heart as to who is to supply coverage, then you probably need to meet with counsel since you will then need to add the children to your health insurance plan and be responsible for the cost of that coverage.
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