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We have an employee who is being required by the court to cover his 2 dependent children on our health plan. The employee reached out to inquire why the update was not done. I told him we have yet to receive the QMCSO from the state. The employee provided the signed Consent Order from the court that details the requirement to add the 2 children. He and his attorney think that the Civil Action Order produced by the court for the child support agency did not include a provision to add the children, just the removal of his child support payment; which could be why a QMCSO was never sent. The coverage effective date was 4/1/19 according to the Consent Order and the employee lives in NJ. Thoughts on next steps? Ok to use the Consent Order or should I tell the employee he needs to get a QMCSO generated and sent? I read through the H&W SPD and it doesn't appear that the Consent Order would qualify, but just wanted to get guidance elsewhere.
We have an employee who has a current QMCSO stating that their children are required to be covered under their medical plan for a certian period of time. When the perios of time ends would that be considered a qualified change in status where we would allow the employee to drop the children mid plan year? Any guidance would be helpful.