You will more than likely be dropped from the program. However, you can stay on his plan until the divorce is final. After that, if it's an Employer Group plan you can get COBRA and then HIPAA.
Life insurance is frequently required in a divorce settlement, particularly if there are children or debts.
No - a life insurance can only be payed out on death.
When a person gets a divorce, they may want to make sure that beneficiary and ownership info on life insurance is as they would like it. A lawyer may be of further help.
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.
This does mean expenses are not covered by insurance. If this is what the divorce decree says, then you are responsible for these bills.
It is not illegal for a spouse to cancel health insurance before another spouse files divorce. However, if a current legal separation agreement is in place that allows for health insurance, then it can not be cancelled.
The father is usually always the person responsible for the insurance.
No. If you had life insurance before you got divorce, you can cancel the policy.
No she will no longer be covered
Generally, insurance companies do not allow an ex-spouse to be carried on a policy after a divorce. Children, however, are able to be carried.
In the U.S. and Canada, a divorce normally disqualifies the spouse from military medical benefits.
Under health insurance rules no. I have seen that in a divorce decree but that is a legal issue not an insurance one.
It would be valid only after due intimation of divorce and remarriage details to the Insurance Company within the tenure of the policy bond by the policy holder.
Not if you neglected to remove her from the policy
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Laws vary from state to state and other countries. The divorce decree can specify that the spouse be named a beneficiary on a life insurance policy of a certain amount.
tell him to pay :D <><><> Have attorney contact court. If ordered in divorce settlement, it is NOT optional. Failure to comply with court order is contempt.
Contact your insurance company and let them know IMMEDIATELY !!!! Are you paying premiums for her?
Although divorce was regularly practised by the Israelite's, thus the law found in Deuteronomy and others, the first actually named couple who divorced was Xerxes and Vashti in the book of Esther.
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Do you mean 'divorce'?--legal end of the marriage?
No, if he's not driving her car.
Unless you were ordered by the court, as part of the divorce settlement, to keep your ex-husband as the beneficiary on your life insurance then you can make a change in the beneficiary with your insurance company.