Carson City, NV asked in Family Law for Nevada

Q: I currently have joint custody. We have a MSA put in place that he has the insurance and we both pay half.

His insurance didn't work so I got Medicaid. In the past before the MSA was put in place he would refuse me taking the children to the doctor. We also have our family wizard account and now he's asking if I have Medicaid. He has a lawyer. Should I have gotten Medicaid without his permission. And what can I do to fix the problems.

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Bonnie M Lonardo
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Bonnie M Lonardo
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A: The law requires that the children be insured. If the agreement was for Dad to cover the child under his insurance and he is no longer able to do that, getting Medicaid should not present a problem as you are being responsible by having the children insured.

You should both be sharing communications via Our Family Wizard regarding his inability to continue coverage though his insurance and your new coverage through Medicaid.

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