This is a follow up post to my last about divorce and taxes. I ended up spending a good chunk of the weekend getting all of the paperwork ready for my accountant. Ugh, but relieved now. The one piece of paper I don't have is the 1095-C, Employer Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage form. It's the one employers (if they offer medical coverage) have to give out to employees, which shows which month their employees had health insurance, and which family members were covered. My kids and I were under my ex's insurance for the beginning of the year, and he's not giving me the paperwork. Why? Because he's an a$$hole, no other reason.
Any experience with this?
If I call his (former) employer, do I have a legal right to ask for a copy of the form?
I'm bringing the packet to my accountant today, so I haven't yet asked them this question yet.
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