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Old 02-02-2021, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Alpinist View Post
There are a couple of things I noticed. I think that if coordination is very straightforward, for example there are only 2 plans and each plan pays 50% then it makes sense to just submit under your own plan.

However your situation very complex, from what I can see there are at least 3 benefit plans. I would send a letter to the insurance company indicating there is a complex order of benefits that needs to be followed for each claim for your shared children. That the first plan it goes through is the biological father, then your plan, the biological mother then your partners plan. Be sure to include the group numbers, etc. The insurance company will add a note to your files, so that it gets coordinated in the correct order. Hopefully this helps.

Anges problem isnt coordination of benefits. Its her ex paying her the money that was paid to him but owed to her.


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