Who is the Guarantor for Medical Bills?

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Who the guarantor is for medical bills depends on a couple things. An adult that obtains medical care is responsible for their own medical bills, so they are the guarantor. If a child is taken for medical care then there are a couple things that can determine who is guarantor. The parent who takes the child for care normally signs a paper that states they are responsible for any expenses. Of course, if there are court orders stating a certain parent is responsible for all medical expenses, then it can be enforced.
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