2A:34-23b. Direct payments to health care provider
1. a. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, if a child support order or separation agreement requires the non-custodial parent to provide health care insurance, the payment of benefits for any covered services under that insurance shall, upon submission of the relevant section of the order or agreement by the custodial parent to the insurer, be made directly to the health care provider.
b. Every child support order issued or separation agreement executed on or after the effective date of this act shall provide notice of the right of the custodial parent to have health insurance benefits paid directly to the health care provider pursuant to subsection a. of this section.
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