The Benefits to Military Family

Tricare Benefits to Military Family

The Benefits to Military Family

The Department of Defense is quite specific when it comes to designating benefits to Military family members. The Armed Forces considers a dependent

The Department of Defense is quite specific when it comes to designating benefits to Military family members. The Armed Forces considers a dependent parent or parent-in-law, an unmarried child younger than 21 years old, a widow, widower or spouse as family members. Stepchildren and adopted children are also considered as family members who can receive benefits. Illegitimate children aren’t counted as family members under certain conditions.

A child who is a full-time student and older than 21 but younger than 23 is also considered a family member who can receive coverage. Further information on this can be found by accessing information about TRICARE Young Adult Coverage. Family member benefits may also be available by a former spouse who doesn’t have any private medical insurance and who hasn’t remarried.

1 Comment
  • Jackielou Pelicano
    Posted at 23:06h, 09 November Reply

    Hi. I’m the beneficiary it’s my first
    I just want to. How to enroll for the medical insurance. Please you have time can
    You please. Send me any information
    Thank you. I appreciate its help a lot.

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