Medical Child Support Order definition

Medical Child Support Order means any state or court judgment, decree or order (including approval of settlement agreement) issued by a court of competent jurisdiction, or issued through an administrative process established under State law and which has the same force and effect of law under applicable State law and:

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A child who would otherwise meet the eligibility requirements and is required to be covered by a Qualified Medical Child Support Order (QMCSO) is considered an eligible dependent.

A Plan participant or beneficiary can obtain, without charge, a copy of the Plan's procedures governing Qualified Medical Child Support Order determinations from the Plan Administrator.

A child for whom healthcare coverage is required through a Qualified Medical Child Support Order or other court or administrative order is also eligible for coverage.

Children who are required to be covered by reason of a Qualified Medical Child Support Order.

Your employer is responsible for determining if an order meets the criteria of a Qualified Medical Child Support Order.


More Definitions of Medical Child Support Order

Medical Child Support Order or “MCSO” means any judgment, decree, or order (including approval of a property settlement agreement) issued by a court of competent jurisdiction that:
Medical Child Support Order means any judgment, decree or order (including approval of a settlement agreement) which:
Medical Child Support Order means an “order” issued in the format prescribed by federal law; and issued by an appropriate child support enforcement agency to enforce the health insurance coverage provisions of a child support order. An “order” means a judgment, decree or a ruling (including approval of a settlement agreement) that:
Medical Child Support Order means an order, judgment or decree, including the approval of a settlement agreement, issued by a court or tribunal, requiring a parent to provide health care coverage for a child and which may require a payor to enroll the child in a health care benefit plan;
Medical Child Support Order means an order, typically issued in a divorce or as part of a State child support order proceeding, which may create or recognize the right of a Child of a Participant to be covered under this Plan. Such an order must be qualified and issued by a court of competent jurisdiction or through an administrative process having the force and effect of law for this Plan to be bound by it. The Administrative Manager will provide to Participants, on request and without charge, guidelines used to determine whether a Medical Child Support Order is qualified.
Medical Child Support Order means any judgment, decree or order (including approval of a settlement agreement) which (a) provides for child support with respect to a child of the Participant under a group health plan or provides for health benefit coverage to such a child, is made pursuant to a state domestic relations law (including a community property law), and relates to benefits under such plan; or (b) en­forces a law relating to medical child support de­scribed in Section 1908 of the Social Security Act with respect to a group health plan.