Received a notice stating that, "The medical insurance provisions of the employee's support order are no longer in effect for the listed children". What is this and what does it mean? It also says, this notice does not prevent the employee from choosing to continue providing coverage, and does not change an obligation to provide insurance coverage under another federal or state law. Please check with your employee to confirm that (s)he does not have any other obligation to provide insurance and wants to voluntarily discontinue coverage. It shows her employer name and hers, it also shows my children's names but it was mailed to me. The last I knew she was still employed, but my 6 year old son says, "momma's not working anymore, Huh?
Need more facts and the present order regarding medical insurance coverage. You had better confirm she is still working and has "affordable" health coverage available.
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