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Qualified Medical Child Support Order

An order, decree, or judgment, including approval of a settlement agreement, issued by a court or administrative agency of competent jurisdiction that provides for medical support for a child of a participant under a group health plan. A QMSCO must contain specific information to meet the requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) which allows a plan administrator to enroll a child in the parent’s health plan. The National Medical Support Notice (NMSN), when properly completed, is a QMSCO.

Question: I am getting divorced and my divorce was rejected do to a qualified medical child support order My son has? medical insurance from me and when I asked the clerk they said that I need an affidavit saying that he has insureance my lawyer said he did his job and he is done. After I spoke to him about what the clerk told me he was hersitant o fix it. Anybody knows if his job was really done or would anyone pay more

Answer: Sounds like your lawyer messed up. That is what he was paid for - to see that you were divorced. If your divorce didn't go through, then you paid him for nothing.


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