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Montana Title 40. Family Law § 40-5-814. Obtaining information

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Upon the request of either of the child's parents, the department, or a third-party custodian, a health benefit plan shall provide information about the child's health benefit coverage, including but not limited to:

(1) a description of the benefits and options available under the plan and summaries of the terms and costs of all plans and options for which the child is eligible;

(2) names and addresses of the employer, union, plan, or other entities involved in administering the plan;

(3) identification cards or other methods for access to coverage, including but not limited to numbers, codes, or other references applicable to the plan or to the group through which the child participates;

(4) claims received or paid on behalf of the child, including the dates and amounts of payments and the names and addresses of parties who have submitted claims or received payment for claims;  and

(5) other information relevant to the preparation, submission, processing, or verification of claims.

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