Step child and private health insurance, already covered under medicaid?
This is fraud. She has the ability to put the child on real insurance but chooses to not do that. All because she would rather not pay copays. But, it is fine that the rest of us pay copays and have them increased and have our taxes increased to pay for people like her. Lack of co-payments? Yes her lack of co-payments equals less take home pay for others.
by Ann - 3 hours ago
The reason your ex doesn't want you to know about the medicad coverage is that she probably wouldn't qualify for it if the state knew about your child support and your ability to pay for coverage. It is only available to people with limited income (welfare).
by Bill - 3 hours ago
Your husband's ex-wife is getting Medicaid only because of her minor child so she does not want the child put on private insurance because she would lose Medicaid for both of them. Medicaid is for people who have no other health insurance.
by Flower - 3 hours ago
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