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Old 02-22-2017, 08:13 AM
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Originally Posted by rockscan View Post
No she didnt provide receipts. She provided a statement of claims from the insurance provider.

My main question was how far back is reasonable. Shes been sitting on these for three years and dumped them on him now. Hes waiting on a response from his insurance on how long he has to submit for his benefits to cover. Their agreement says receipts will be submitted promptly to the insurer.
1. Give her the information to the insurance that your partner has.
2. Provide her with the forms from the insurance provider and all other information.
3. Make her submit them.

These should have been submitted to BOTH insurance providers. Also, you can put the children on your insurance (if you have it) too. That way the cost for any of this should be 0$.

It was her mistake that resulted in the expenses. Also, if they don't cross $150 a year then they are not S7 anyways. I can't see how someone with supplemental insurance could have racked up more than $150 in deductibles.

Remember these are potentially S7 expenses and would be split to the proportion of income between both parents.

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