can i get health insurance coverage for my baby and her mother?
UPDATED: Aug 20, 2018
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Asked August 20, 2018
If you live in Florida, you most definitely can get health coverage for yourself, your baby, and your baby's mother. The only request from the law is that you provide proof that you and the woman had a baby together. This is simply done by providing a birth certificate. You can get insurance for yourself, the baby, and the baby's mother through the state, through a private insurance company, or through your job. The laws will stay the same regardless of which route you take. The only difference will be the price and the fees that you will have to pay. There are insurance companies that specialize in this type of coverage, so you should speak with people who already have this type of coverage to find out what company they used. It would be wise to speak with as many people as possible, especially since new insurance companies spring up every day.
It should be noted that while most companies have started shifting their policies towards unmarried partners, you should still verify with the companies you will potentially receive coverage from to verify that they can provide you with health insurance coverage.
Answered August 21, 2018 by zenguy