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Old 07-29-2017, 10:44 PM
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A mature minor (14 and up) has right not to disclose her/his medical information to anyone. Physicians always act in their patients' best interests and asks for child's consent
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Old 07-30-2017, 10:15 AM
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This is a tough situation. I teen doesn't have to disclose medical information, however if one parent is requesting compensation for the medical treatment then a receipt would have to be provided to the other parent.

Would be interesting to see if canlii has any cases in medical costs having to be paid with no disclosure


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Old 07-30-2017, 11:42 AM
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Ive looked through stuff on canlii and there are a few cases on various access to info issues. In all of them the judge has ruled that if a child wants to continue to receive support and a portion of expenses from a parent, they cannot exclude that parent from information.

The ex makes unilateral decisions on the kids welfare-regardless of their ages-and then demands my partners portion of the expense. Normally its without even a receipt. She is withholding info purposely and then saying the kids don't want him to know. He's had two issues with organizations going back to the ex to have her give them permission to provide info to him. Even though it is specifically written in their agreement that as long as the child is a child of the marriage, he has the right to receive information, however the privacy act prevents the organization from sharing that.

He is requesting full disclosure on everything at the cc because he is entitled to know what the expenses she is requesting are for. His lawyer said she should be providing all of these details and her refusal to do so may affect her case.
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