When dealing with extraordinary medical expenses within a year (over $250) does this include ALL uninsured expenses (doctor's visits, prescriptions, etc), or are those considered "ordinary"? Or do all medical expenses that are uninsured over the $250 qualify as extraordinary?
Basically, all of the expenses above $250 are extraordinary and should be split between the parties in proportion to their income.
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The first $250 in a year out of pocket are considered "ordinary." Anything in excess of that amount, including co-pays and deductables, are considered "extraordinary".
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This may depend on what your court order says, but generally all uninsured and/or unreimbursed medical expenses qualify as "extraordinary" for purposes of division.
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