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Medical expenses and braces

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Gdog View Drop Down

Joined: 10/August/2018
Location: Australia
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    Posted: 10/August/2018 at 22:55
Hi my ex under our agreement is, required to pay 50% out of pocket medical expenses. Do braces, fall under this? I'm in Qld. Thanks

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  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10/August/2018 at 23:44
Are they needed for a medical reason, or is it just cosmetic?

I suspect the latter, if so the best approach would be to ask nicely rather than demand.

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  Quote emca01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11/August/2018 at 07:50
The csa rules mention braces as an example of what might be an example for a change of assessment under their rules.
so I reckon the answer is YES. Especially if you have a dentist telling you they are necessary.

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