I’ve talked before about some of the issues you should address related to your adult children and insurance. Today I just want to point you to a great article from The Gainesville Sun on the gap in coverage some adult children are facing since they can’t be added back to their parents policies until health plans renew coverage. You can find it here.
We’ve talked before about legislation in various states that allows parents to keep their dependent adult children on their health insurance.
Here’s an article from the Wall Street Journal that summarizes the various states’ coverage all in one place. If you need to know whether your health insurance could cover your adult child, you should definitely take a look!
Starting in February, health insurers in Wisconsin will be required to provide health insurance coverage for adult children living at home up to the age of 26, as long as they are not married and are not eligible for health insurance at work. You can read an article about the new legislation here.
Sandy, Utah city council is discussing a plan that would see adult children living at home benefit from health care insurance if their parents are city employees.
You can read more about the debate on this issue here.
One Philadelphia neighborhood is changing its parking regulations. Several factors have led to the decision, among them the fact that the recession is forcing more adult children to move home, and they need a place to park.
The North County Times reported today on a decision from a federal appeals court that has affirmed the right of homeowner parents who live on their property to challenge search warrants served on adult children living at home with them.
The parents’ attorney had this to say about the ruling:
“Parents, you have a privacy interest in the separate areas of your home, even for your adult children who live with you.”
You can read the whole article here.