Legal Information: North Carolina
Updated: February 14, 2022
What happens if the other parent violates the order and doesn’t keep up my child’s health insurance?
If the parent who is ordered to provide health insurance does not keep the insurance coverage for the child, then s/he is responsible for any health, hospital, or dental expenses that would have been covered by insurance if there were proper coverage.1
1 NCGS §50-13.11(e)
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