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Joe turoldo

I first like to say that I love this site...
next, my name is Joe and I have a 19 year old son that was born out of wed lock so I so i had to repay the medcaid expenses some time ago.
So my questions are can ask for reemberencement?thank you Joe
my email is jt1diesel@gmail.com....

Jeanne M Hannah

Sorry, Joe. Once paid, there is no refund. Jeanne

Ryan Sensenbrenner

Very interesting article, I really appreciate the information. Most of what I've read elsewhere mentions a NCP, or non-custodial parent. If both parents, who had a child out of wedlock, agree to split custody, are these fees still assessed, or is marriage the only way out of them? Also, if the NCP paid all medical bills for the portion of the pregnancy prior to medicaid coverage starting for the mother, could that be taken into account? The mother is already planning on not asking for any child support, as we live together and I am currently the only working individual who supplies all financial support for the family.

Also, the mother had a child when she was 15, but the child was given for adoption. Why weren't fees assessed to the father at that time?

Thank you!

Ryan

Jeanne M Hannah

Ryan, your comments pose more question that I can answer given my caseload unless you call to schedule a fee-based consultation. In fact, given your disclosures here, ("The mother is already planning on not asking for any child support, as we live together and I am currently the only working individual who supplies all financial support for the family."), I recommend a disclosure so that you can learn whether your parental rights are protected at all if you and the mother should ever split.

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