New Utah Regulation Requires Fathers To Pay Prenatal Little one Help

New Utah Law Requires Fathers To Pay Prenatal Child Support OPEN MINDS On March 16, 2021, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed House Bill 113 (HB113) to amend the Utah Child Support Act to allow provisions are included, according to which a biological father has to pay half of the prenatal costs that are not paid by another person. The father’s responsibility extends to insurance premiums, pregnancy-related medical expenses, and the birth of the child in hospital. However, the father is only responsible for half of the mother’s expenses. The father is not responsible for paying the costs covered by the mother’s health insurance. The father’s share will. . .

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