Dreamstime_1740114 Shannon Cavers of the Houston Divorce and Family Lawyer Blog has published several articles on reimbursement of children’s medical expenses. This is the second:

Besides just sending the other parent receipts for your child’s medical expenses, you should consider writing a brief cover letter to explain what you are sending. This does not have to be typed or fancy.

A sample letter could be as follows:


VIA USPS First Class Mail

VIA USPS Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested – *certified mail number*

Dear *Parent*:

Enclosed please find receipts for *child’s* medical expenses for the month of *month and year.* My total out-of-pocket expense was *$*. Your portion (*%*) is *$*.

Please let me know if you have any questions.


*Your name*

SOURCE FOR POST: Houston Divorce and Family Lawyer Blog