Ok so, I have a really quick question! im currently on molina healthcare which is sort of the same as medicaid. my fiance seems to think that if he also signs the birth certificate, then we won't be able to put the baby on my plan later. meaning, he would have to add him to his insurance and it would cost us $400/month! like, when i applied for this insurance, i didn't put any of his info down. but will it really matter if his name is on the birth certificate? that doesn't prove that he's living with us and helping me pay for the baby. my insurance place said i can go back to family services and apply for the baby to continue on the insurance, which would be ideal. do any of you know this info? i haven't put any of my fiance's info down bc he "technically" makes too much. and i don't want to call them up and ask them either bc that would be obvious. but we sure as hell can't afford an extra $400 a month! hehe...thanks))
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