How do I get my childs medical records?
To receive a copy of your child's health records, you must ask for it in writing. You can also request laboratory reports, x-rays, prescriptions, and other technical information. The hospital, clinic, or doctor's office may have a record request form that you can fill out.
Can a minor request their own medical records?
If you're younger than 18, your parent or guardian will probably need to ask for copies of medical records on your behalf. But as more states allow people under age 18 to take charge of their own health services, you might be able to get your own records. A U.S. law limits who can see medical records.
Can my ex get my medical records?
During your divorce, you can ask your spouse to produce information that's relevant to your case, and in some cases, this may include medical records. However, there are limits on how and when a spouse can obtain copies of the other's medical information.
Can a non custodial parent get school records?
You cannot deny access to non-custodial parents of student records unless [there is] a specific court order.” The Family Educational Rights Privacy Act (FERPA) and laws in most states give both parents equal access to a child's school records.