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hello everyone thank you for attending.today's webinar sometimes it takes a.village or a qualified medical child.support learner presenting today our.Lynn mcgwire and mark Jane buck salam.Lynn McGuire is a shareholder in Bucks.alongs and harbour office and.concentrates her practice in the era of.employee benefits including defined.benefit plans defined contribution.retirement plans group health plans.ERISA compliance and cuzco.determinations presenting with her today.is Mark Jane mark is a senior attorney.in buck logs ann arbor office and he.practices in the areas of ERISA and.played benefits and executive.compensation he's had numerous types of.benefit plans including retirement.severance health and welfare and.multi-employer fringe benefit plans now.a few things before you begin the.webinar I want to remind you to please.feel free to submit any questions might.have about today's content through the.GoToWebinar question panel linen mark.will address your questions at the end.of the webinar time permitting and the.event we've run out of time they will be.sure to reach out to you individually.finally I feel like a copy of the.presentation will make it available on.the bucks along website later today just.go to the webinar event page and there.will be a link for you to download your.copy this webinar is also being recorded.so to be able to access a copy of the.recording in the future by clicking on.our YouTube icon on buckle.com or by.going to the bus com youtube page thank.you again for attending today's webinar.and here is Lynn McGuire to explain just.what is a qualified medical child.support order good afternoon everybody.thanks for joining us um and thanks.Jonathan for the introduction let's.start at the very beginning here I.assume most of you are HR people and.once in a while you're going to get.something in the mail saying.it's a medical child support order and.essentially this is something that tells.you that your group health plan has an.obligation to provide medical coverage.through your group health plan for a.child and this is not somebody that you.enrolled during your open enrollment.process so let's talk about specifically.what's it going to say now that the.order itself might not say it's an order.it might be called a decree or a.judgment you might even be called a.property settlement but in order to be.considered a medical child support order.it has to be made under the state.domestic relations laws and those are.basically the laws for dividing up.property and obligations when parties.get a divorce or separation so this.could include community property law in.states that have community property law.requirements there are also additional.state laws that relate to medical child.support and we'll talk about a couple of.those in a minute and if the order.provides for child support or health.benefit coverage for an alternate.recipient on your group health plan.that's essentially what it takes to be.considered a medical child support order.it doesn't mean it's enforceable and.we're going to talk today about what it.takes to make sure the order is.enforceable or qualified I've had people.call and say wait we got this thing in.the mail it it says it's an order says.we have to provide coverage for this.child that we never heard of it wasn't.even issued by a state court is this.still enforceable and the answer is it.doesn't have to be usually by state.court to be enforceable any judgment or.decree or order that that's issued by.either court or an administrative agency.that has authority to issue child.support orders can issue a medical child.support order this includes things like.you know locally in Wayne County it.would be the friend of the court agency.there are other agencies throughout the.state of Michigan in other states they.all have different names and they might.have slightly different names for what.they call their order or their agency.but the key is to figure out whether the.agency has authority to issue orders.directing.l support there's also something.separate that's a national medical child.support order let's talk about what that.is a national medical child support.order is basically a national model.order that can be used by any state.quarter agency that allows them to bake.basically check the box and make sure.that they've completed all the.information they need to in order to.create something that will be considered.a qualified medical child support order.so it's essentially a state child.support enforcement agency that fills.out one of these national medical child.support orders and it has a notice with.it and then you as the plan.administrator review that to determine.if it's a qualified order if the.National Medical child support notice is.filled out correctly it serves as a.quince co inc whimsical is the acronym.the industry is picked up for qualified.medical child support order I don't know.how they came up with that it's a little.convoluted but it's the law of the land.now essentially if you're going to use.an acronym so quim SCO's are what I'm.going to call them for groups of this.webinar this notice is treated as if.it's an application for your group.health plans coverage if your plan.requires an application you can't.require the individual to go through.that separate step if you receive the.National Medical child support order it.qualifies now let's talk about who can.be covered under your plan as a result.of one of these quim SCO's they call the.person an alternate recipient and.basically they just means it's not your.employee it's somebody different and you.still have to provide in the coverage.they have the right to receive the.coverage now an alternate recipient is.the child of one of your employees whose.recognized under that quim schoo is.having a right to enroll under your.group health plan alternate recipients.are treated as if their beneficiaries.under ERISA so for ERISA purposes you.consider them my beneficiary.but for reporting and disclosure.obligations to that individual you treat.them as a participant of your plan even.if that order doesn't meet the.requirements from being considered a.quince Co so if you get a medical child.support order or a national child.support notice you still basically have.to provide reporting and disclosure to.that individual as if they were a.participant so that would include things.like giving them copies of your summary.plan descriptions and open enrollment.notices that type of thing now you don't.have to count that individual in your.head count if you file 5500 or you want.to figure out if you're obligated to.file form 5500 screw group health plan.you don't have to count them as a.participant they would still be.considered a beneficiary under your plan.though now alternate recipients can also.be Cobra beneficiaries as well they have.a right to cobra coverage when their.coverage rights end so any child of a.participant in a group health plan who.is recognized under that mat medical.child support order is having a right to.enroll under your plan can be an.alternate recipient it's true even if.their step child that doesn't reside.with the employee so if you have.separate enrollment eligibility rules.keep in mind that the quince Co.requirements might supersede your plans.provision to that to that extent now a.former spouse can't be an alternate.recipient so for example if the order.says you have to provide coverage for.former spouse who doesn't have cobra.rights under your plan that can't be.enforced they can't force you to do that.now in order to be considered a.qualified medical child support order in.order to be meet the legal requirements.to be enforceable against your group.health plan what do you have to have in.that order well it has to contain the.name and the last address of your.participant and of each alternate.recipient so each child essentially.that's to be covered by the order there.is a special rule that lets them.substitute the name and the mailing.address of a state or a local official.for that child's address though there.can be considerations things like.protective orders may be in place that.prohibit your employee from knowing this.alternate recipients actual address so.they can substitute friend of the court.for example as the address for the.ultimate recipient the order has to have.a reasonable description of the type of.coverage to be provided or it has.explained how to figure this out so it.can't simply say give this guy coverage.this child coverage it has to give a.little more explanation than that and it.also has to tell you what period of time.the order will be effective for so it.has to tell you when it starts and when.it stops now some things that they can't.do just because it's a medical child.support order and it says it came from a.court or an agency it doesn't mean they.can require your plan to provide any.type or form a benefit or any option.that's not otherwise provided under your.plan except to the extent necessary to.meet the requirements of certain state.laws we'll talk about those state laws.more so for example if you don't offer.dental coverage and the order says you.have to provide dental coverage you.don't have to do it it's just not.enforceable now state laws that affect.enrollment in your plan it used to be a.big deal they're less of a big deal.these days after the Affordable Care Act.which is expanded the scope of the.definition of dependent but these could.include laws like a law that requires a.group healthy sure to enroll a child.under that parents health insurance even.if they were born out of wedlock or even.if they don't reside with the insured.parent or even if they reside outside of.the insurer service area it's also.includes state laws that require you to.provide coverage even if you can't claim.that child as a dependent on the parents.federal income tax return there are also.state laws that require.health insurers to enroll a child under.a court or administrative order.regardless of your open enrollment.restrictions so essentially there can be.straight state laws that say even though.this person doesn't have a qualifying.event under your plan it's not open.enrollment time state lock and allow the.can require that health insurer or you.as a provider of this insurance.indirectly to enroll the child mid-year.anyway other state laws that you have to.be concerned about are those that.require employers and insurers to comply.with a court order or administrative.order that says a parent has to provide.health coverage for a child and that's.essentially you know the whole gist of.what a quince co is and state laws that.require insurers to permit a custodial.parent to file a claim under your plan.on behalf of that child and to make.benefit to require your plan to make.benefit payments essentially to do the.custodial parent or to health care.provider that they've retained so even.though your employee may not be the.person that lives with this child the.law may require you to make the.non-custodial the non-employee custodial.parent the party that gets the benefits.on behalf of this child this might.appear for example if you have a health.reimbursement benefit and the order says.you have to cover the child under this.health reimbursement benefit you might.be receiving requests for reimbursement.from the custodial parent even though.they're not your employee so if you get.a quim schoo what is it that makes it.enforceable how do you know that this.isn't forceful or not if the quince Co.refers to one of those state laws that.he just went through or if it requires.you to comply with those laws then you.have to comply essentially if that's the.law and the order says.we are asserting a right under that law.you're stuck so for example a quince co.can require your plan to enroll a child.before your next open enrollment period.even though your plan document doesn't.say they can because they haven't met.their terms for any mid-year enrollment.event no changing status type event you.are the party that gets to determine.whether the order is qualified or not.though and it's not just your right but.it's your allegation you as the plan.administrator determine if the order is.qualified and you have to follow.reasonable written procedures adapted by.the plan when you make this.determination and we'll talk about those.written procedures in a moment but the.important thing to remember here is that.just because the order is called a.qualified medical child support order.doesn't mean it really is it's only.qualified if it meets the requirements.and you is the plan administrator are.the one that determines if it does meet.those requirements so what are those.written procedures for quim SCO's.essentially the the regulations say.whimsical procedures have to be in.writing they also say that they have to.provide a process under which you as the.plan administrator are going to notify.each person specified in that order.who's eligible to get benefits of your.quim scope procedures so essentially.you're creamsicle procedures have to say.we will give you a copy of these.procedures if you send us a quince CO.and they have to York whimsical.procedures have to permit an alternate.recipient to designate a representative.to act on their behalf so basically they.could designate the friend of the court.as the party to get copies of notices.that you want to send to that child that.alternate recipient concerning that.order now the procedures have to be.reasonable and they have to include.these three things after be in writing.may have to provide for notice of the.creamsicle procedures to the people.named in order and then they have to.allow people to have a designated.representative but you can go beyond.that you can add in provisions into york.whimsical policies and procedures that.make your life as the plan administrator.a little bit easier essentially this.would be things like adding in default.provisions that say if you haven't.identified in your coma scale policies.and procedures what of our various types.of health options under our plan you.want to provide to this child our.default is going to be that we will pick.the lowest cost option that would be an.existing type of provision you could add.into your quim scope procedures that.makes your life a little bit easier when.processing qualified medical child.support orders if you want help with.creating your whimsical policies and.procedures you should definitely seek.out the assistance of legal counsel.we've been down the road before and we.can help you with those types of types.of additions to your required Cuzco.policies and procedures bottom line.though you have to have some now what.does the administrator have to do when.they receive that order you have an.obligation first to notify your.participant your employee as well as.that alternate recipient that's named in.the order when you get that quince CO.and I miss this may seem a little add.that you know you're getting an order on.behalf of this alternate recipient and.you have to let them know that you.received the order that they sent you.but that's essentially what the rules.say so you notify both parties the.participants er prized but generally.they tend to know that this is coming.you also have to give them copies of.your plans procedures for determining.whether the order is qualified so those.are the Coombe scope alice's and.procedures that we just talked about no.it's a little bit different if you get a.National medical support notice if what.you receive is a National medical.support notice you have a couple of.different rules first if the individual.is no longer your employee or if they're.your employee but they're no longer.eligible under your group health plan.you have to complete and.in part a of the form it's called.employer response to the agency that.issued that notice and you've got 20.business days after the notice date the.date written on the notice to send it in.but you are required to send it sooner.if it's reasonable to send it sooner.however if this individual is your.employee and they are eligible to.participate in your plan you have to.transfer part b of the notice to the.plan administrator within 20 days after.the date on that notice now in operation.sometimes the plan administrator is the.party that has received this National.medical support notice they tend to just.go to the employer generically and not.necessarily the party within the.employer that services the plan.administrator now I'm going to pass over.the reins here to my colleague mark Jane.he's going to talk with you further.about the rules that apply to quim SCO's.determinations Thank You Len and good.afternoon everybody a first question I'm.going to tackle is win must a quince.co-determination be made well again it.depends on whether or not it's a.National medical support notice or just.a garden-variety medical child support.order a National medical support notice.the determination is due by law within.40 days of the notice date if it's a.medical child support or it's a little.different the plan administrator must.determine whether the order is qualified.within a quote reasonable period of time.after receipt under the circumstances so.that really depends on your business how.how it runs in ultimately how the order.is established so let's say you have an.order that is clear complete you have.procedures in place it's fairly.streamlined at your office there's it.comes into one centralized location it.might only take five days to review that.order and get it approved however maybe.you get an order that's incomplete.unclear that might require longer time.maybe will require 10 I've seen policies.and procedures that kind of use an.outlier that no matter what you're going.do it within 40 days to line up with the.National medical support notice which is.fine but remember the standard still has.to be that it's reasonable must the plan.provide information prior to receipt of.a qualified medical child support order.and in short the answer is yes and the.reason why is because you need as a plan.administrator you're trying to allow the.parties to draft the document that.ultimately is complying I mean you want.to have a streamlined process so they.might want to know what the terms of the.plan are so that they're not providing.anything that remember one of the things.that is not qualified is anything that.provides something the plan doesn't.allow so the DOL says that the custodial.parents and state child support agencies.acting on a child's behalf should have.access to the plan and participant.benefit information sufficient in order.to prepare it once Co this could include.such any documents such as a summary.plan description your relevant plan.benefit booklets insurance document or.if you have ensured documents maybe the.insurer prepares of policy explanations.to sculpture description of coverage.options if any that have been selected.by the participant now the plan.administrator may condition disclosure.of such information to the party other.than a state agency on receiving.information sufficient to reasonably.established that the request is in fact.in connection with the child support.proceeding now you might be asking what.happens if an employee has a different.election in place and but the Quinns go.specifies that the alternate recipient.is to receive a particular level of.coverage or option available under the.plan well in that instance the.participant if they're not enrolled in.that coverage or option the plan must.change the participants enrollment to.the extent necessary to provide the.specified coverage to the alternate.recipient now some of you might wonder.why you could be doing these mid-year.elections if you have a cafeteria plan.and cafeteria plans in general not.allowing mid-year elections because.you're.election should be in place for the full.year well it just so happens that is a.permissible mid-year change event if you.get a receipt of a medical child support.order what if the employee is not a plan.participant well if the employee is.eligible to participate in the plan then.the child must be covered if the plan.requires the employee to be covered as a.condition for covering his dependents.then the employee must be enrolled and.the plan must enroll both however and.this goes again to not providing.coverage that the plan otherwise doesn't.require if the employee is in a waiting.period under the plan the plan.administrator must put a procedure and.this would be something that you would.put in your written procedures they do.have that in place so that the child's.coverage begins at the end of the.waiting period so let's say the employee.is in the middle of their 90-day waiting.period obviously you can't give the the.coverage to the employee before the.before that waiting period expires.because you in violation to your plan.well you didn't roll the employee at the.end of the 90 and the child would get.that coverage at that same day as well.what happens if the employee contest the.validity of the order and again this is.something that your procedures would be.advised to say the plan administrator.does not determine whether the court or.the agency had jurisdiction to issue an.order that's not your job whether the.state 8 whether the state law is.correctly applied in an order again that.goes back to the quarter of the agency.or whether the service was properly made.on the parties or whether an individual.identified in order it or in the order.as an alternate recipient as the child.of the participants so if the employee.contestability of the order that's not.in your realm to to review or those.those items are not in your realm to.review in other words you must assume.the order is validly issued unless you.were advised of an otherwise.contradictory order who pays for.coverage under a quince CO and this is.kind of a good a big reason why a quince.coexists the ordinary the.will ordinarily establish the.obligations of the party for the child.support in most cases the non-custodial.parent plan participant is responsible.for payment of any costs associated with.the coverage it's kind of how quince.goes get generated in first place.because usually it's the non-custodial.parent that it that is given the that is.given the obligation to provide the.coverage channels mately pay for it or.any any cost that's involved that as I.mentioned before cafeteria plan pre-tax.premium election changes permitted.mid-year if your cafeteria plan does not.provide for that it would need to be.amended going forward to allow the.election change if withholding limits do.prevent the reduction of a participant's.check you would need to notify the.parties unless the participant.voluntarily consents to waive the.withholding limit in the National.medical support order this so happens to.be contained in part a what happens if.the order is missing information because.I mean attorneys or lay people they do.their best but sometimes they're not.they're not going to get them right all.the time so something there is often.that in order is going to have things.that are not all there and again this.goes back to what Lynne was saying.written procedures can help with this if.the order clearly describes the identity.and the rights of the parties but some.factual identifying information is.incomplete if that information is within.the plant administrators knowledge or is.easily obtained through simple.communication with the ars custodial.parent the participant or the state.child support enforcement agency then.the plan administrator should supplement.the order rather than a rather than.outright of jet or rejecting it as not.qualified so let's give a common example.let's say the order misstates the name.of the participant and the plant.administrator can clearly determine the.correct name well in that instance let's.say the order provides for the name of.the participant is John Smith and you.only have one John Smith and it gets the.address right because the John Smith.that you have on file is is that address.well you can pretty much do.but uh let's say it all right let me.back up and say let's say the order says.it's John Smith but you have it Jack.Smith but the address is the same and.you only have one person by the name of.Smith at your uh stay at your your place.of business and that address is right.well then you probably can clearly.determine the correct name in fact if.you even reach out and they confirm it.that's probably going above and beyond.what your spoke what you could be doing.but in that instance is within your.knowledge and you can figure it out if.the orders description of coverage is.unclear the order should be rejected.unless the plant administrator can.determine which options and level of.coverage should be provided if it's a.national medical child support order you.must assume all coverage types are.involved unless stated otherwise so.let's give a couple examples of that.let's say the order requires the child.be provided quote any coverage available.under the plan well then instance the.plan administrator would determine what.coverage is available on available under.the plan for example major medical.hospitalization dental and provide that.coverage because any coverage under the.plan being pretty pretty wide open but.let's say the plan offers more than one.type of coverage for example in HMO and.PPO and the order does not say which.should be provided or how the choice is.to be made the plan administrator should.reject the order unless the quince cold.procedures contain a default election.and again that's how the written.procedures if they're detailed enough.providing for these scenarios can only.help matters for everybody involved so.what are the timeframes for a quince Co.first of all when must the coverage.begin well the alternate recipient and.the participant if necessary if they're.not yet enrolled must be enrolled as of.the earliest possible date following the.determination that the order is a quince.Co so let's say a plan start date is the.first day of each month the plan would.be required to provide the coverage the.first day of that first month following.the determination that the order is.qualified and then when should it end.well the plan may drop alternative.recipient coverage at the same time and.under the same circumstances as a can.for other dependents let's say the.participant terminates employment well.again you're not supposed to provide.coverage beyond what the plan otherwise.requires so the alt and the alternate.recipient doesn't elect cobra remember.again it's a cobra the alternate.recipient as cobra rights in that.instance the coverage would end you.might in that instance you must provide.notice to a custodial parent or the.state agency and if it's National.medical support order you use parte if.this if the order actually specifies an.end date for the employee support.obligation or if the agency sends notice.that the support obligation is ending.the employees pre-tax premium obligation.well that ends because there's no more.support obligation but the group health.coverage must be available to the end of.the month the child reaches age 26 as.you know that's that's an accurate.requirement akka being the Affordable.Care Act again coverage right supply of.coverage ends due to a Cobra qualifying.event what are your record-keeping.requirements for a quince Co well by law.a medical child support order must be.sent to the employer rather than the.plant administrator and the employer.keeps a copy of that order and all.related communications enable in their.employment files the plan administrator.ought to keep copies with the coincident.communications HIPAA privacy.requirements to apply here so watch out.for any protected health information.that might be in it you should retain a.quince cough or a minimum of three years.following the end of the plan year in.which the quince Co no longer applies so.again that goes to when the coverage.ends under the quince CO and how should.you send determinations and notices out.well if the order or state agency.provides a fax number then you can send.back similes up for determinations and.notice we we tend to think the best.practice is to send a paper copy by US.mail keeping up keeping maybe a return.receipt if you can or evidence that the.document was sent out for notices to.employee the company email system.deliveries usually not recommended okay.well thank you very much linen mark for.this presentation now.look over sup the questions it looks.like i have one here great this up okay.here's question if an employee has.waived coverage and we receive an order.to add dependent to coverage how is this.handled even if the employees waived.coverage you're required to enroll the.dependent and if your plan requires the.employee to also be enrolled you're.required to enroll the employee that.doesn't answer the question of what do.you do if you gave them opt out cash.essentially there's no automatic.mechanism for getting back opt out cash.that you gave an employee so this is a.good reason to structure your apt out.cash design in a month-by-month basis.rather than all them some basis all.right and it looks like oh here's.another question are there any income.requirements cannot be more than a.certain percentage of wages there are.those are rules that apply under state.laws and unfortunately they vary based.on the income of the employee and may.vary state by state so I'm i believe.michigan has a 40-percent withholding.limit don't although don't quote me on.that but that number stands out in my.mind off the top of my heads and there.are some exceptions to the rule as well.so if you do have a specific question.for an individual it's best to check the.check with legal counsel at that time.okay any other questions I don't see.thing coming in um as you can see on the.screen here's a contact information for.our presenters Linda wire and Margene if.after reviewing material to come up with.more questions please feel free to.contact them as I mentioned in the.beginning of the presentation a copy of.the slides as well as a link to a.recording will be available later on.this afternoon and I believe that is it.thank you everyone for attending Thank.You presenters and everyone have a great.afternoon.

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Once you try the software, you will immediately become one of the many satisfied clients who are enjoying the advantages of e-signing their documents right from their Gmail account.

How to create an e-signature for the Qualified Medical Support Order Fillable Form straight from your smartphone?

Smartphones and tablets are so evolved recently, that you can utilize them for anything what you can do on your laptop and PC. That's why more and more people are finishing work task from these mobile devices, saving even more time.

It's also a huge benefit work from home. As long as your internet connection is stable, you can conduct your business from anywhere.

When you need to sign a Qualified Medical Support Order Fillable Form, and you're not in the office, the CocoSign web application is the answer. Signing and sending a legally binding document will take seconds. Here is what you need to do to sign a document on your phone online:

  1. Use your browser to go to CocoSign and log in. If you don't already have an account, you need to register.
  2. Discover the document that needs to be signed on the device and open it.
  3. Open the document and go to the page to insert your esignature.
  4. Select on 'My Signature'.
  5. Create your designed signature, then download it on the page.
  6. Once you have done, go over it again, select 'Done'.

All these tips won't take long, and once the document is signed, you decide the next step. You can either download it to the device or share it in an email or using a link.

A significant benefit of CocoSign is that you can use it with with any mobile device, regardless of the operating system. It's the ideal method, and it makes life easier, it's safe.

How to create an e-signature for the Qualified Medical Support Order Fillable Form on iOS?

Creating an electronic signature on a iPhone is not at all hard. You can sign the Qualified Medical Support Order Fillable Form on your iPhone or iPad, using a PDF file. You will find the application CocoSign has created especially for iOS users. Just go to search CocoSign.

These are the tips you need to sign the form right from your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Download the CocoSign app on your iOS device.
  2. With your email to generate an account, or sign in with Google or Facebook.
  3. Discover the PDF that needs to be signed on the iPhone or pull it from the cloud.
  4. Discover the place where you want to add the signature; select 'Insert initials' and 'Insert signature'.
  5. Put down your initials or signature, place them correctly, and save changes to the document.

Once finished, the document is ready for the next step. You can download it to your iPhone and send it by email. As long as you have a efficient internet connection, you can sign and send documents instantly.

How to create an electronic signature for the Qualified Medical Support Order Fillable Form on Android?

iOS has lots of of users, there's no doubt of that, but most phone users have an Android operating system. To fulfill their needs, CocoSign has developed the software, especially for Android users.

You can get the app on Play Market, install it, and you can start signing documents. These are the tips to sign a form on your Android device:

  1. If you already have a CocoSign account, sign in. If you don't have one yet, you can sign in using Google or Facebook.
  2. Select on '+' to open the document you want to sign, from cloud storage or using your camera.
  3. Discover the place where the signature must be placed and then use the popup window to write your signature.
  4. Insert it on the page, confirm, and save the changes.
  5. The final step is to save the signed document.

To send the signed form, just attach it to an email, and it will reach your clients instantly. CocoSign is the best way to sign many forms every day, all at a low price. It's time to forget all about physical signatures and keep it all electronic.

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