25 Oct '13, 1am

Tricare Help: Checking status of ex-wife's baby on my coverage: A. The child would have to be listed... #airforce

Q. My ex-wife became pregnant by another man during our divorce. We are divorced now, but we were married when she had the baby. I know she was entitled to Tricare benefits during the divorce proceedings, but how can I find out if she put another man’s baby on my Tricare? A. The child would have to be listed as a dependent on your file in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, the Defense Department’s eligibility portal for Tricare. It is extremely unlikely that your wife/ex-wife could have done that without your knowledge, but you can check the status of your DEERS information by visiting the ID Card/DEERS office of any military installation or by calling 800-538-9552. Q. I’m the widow of an active-duty service member. I have two daughters from that marriage. I’m not thinking of remarrying, but I would like to have more children in the near future. How will ...

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