Your employer cannot legally cancel your health insurance without your knowledge. If an employer chooses to cancel your health insurance he or she must notify you.
No. Call your States Department of Insurance.
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I don't know about the legal ramifications but as a general rule, if an employee goes to his HR dept and asks to have his spouse and dependents removed from his health insurance policy they will do so without question. I don't think the employer has any obligation to require the employee prove they have the right to do so.
No she will no longer be covered
Are they still married? Separated? Divorced? If nothing else, the husband should get a notice from the Insurance Company about his COBRA rights. What does the divorce decree say? Once the divorce is final, the Insurance Company wouldn't consider the x-husband eligible anyway.
Call the insurance agent or company and let them know you wish to cancel and request their method for doing such. If you are paying it through a bank draft I would stop the draft as well so that another payment is not drafted before the cancellation is processed.
To continue individual health insurance after a divorce, one can apply for an insurance coverage under the Federal Law COBRA. It means that person will be covered by his/her ex-spouse's insurance plan obtained from the ex-spouse's own company or employer.
Contact your insurance company and let them know IMMEDIATELY !!!! Are you paying premiums for her?
Yes, it can be covered in the divorce agreement, from what I have been told. Working in physician's offices, I've seen it on health insurance plans. Personally, I have also known women who are still covered under their ex-husband's health insurance as a part of their divorce agreement. Different insurances might have different rules, so you should always check with your insurance company first before doing anything else.