A husband is not legally responsible to have health insurance for his wife. Many employees opt not to have health insurance for themselves. Health insurance is a voluntary election and no law exists making it otherwise.
However, do be aware that any medical-related debts incurred by one spouse are considered "common" debts, and as such, the other spouse is legally required to pay for them. In the event of a divorce, said debts would be even divided between the spouses, even if only one spouse incurred them.
Are you asking if your previous husband ought to be legally responsible for supporting your children by your new husband?
You are both legally responsible for yourselves.
Yes, it is the responsibility of the primary insurance holder. The admission papers are also likely to have specified this.
Don't do it get a license so you can make it official
The 16 year old female is legally responsible for herself, since marriage emancipates you. There is no marriage where a spouse is your legal guardian. Marriage is equal.
If the husband is the nominee of the wife's life policy,and in case of later's eventuality, he can claim the insurance proceeds and the Insurance Co. is legally bound to pay to the nominated husband.
Not if he is still legally married to you.
No, debts incurred before marriage do not become the joint responsibility of a new spouse.
No. Her first marriage must be dissolved legally before you can marry her.No. Her first marriage must be dissolved legally before you can marry her.No. Her first marriage must be dissolved legally before you can marry her.No. Her first marriage must be dissolved legally before you can marry her.
Yes. If the marriage license was legally obtained and the ceremony legally performed the couple are considered married from the moment they are pronounced "husband and wife".
If they are still legally married, he has a responsibility. The law will assume the child is his unless proven otherwise. And if the wife is on his health insurance, he is responsible for that as well.
Your husband is a polygamist. I would suggest that you see a lawyer and go from there.
No. Car insurance is insurance on the car not insurance on the driver.
If you are a bigamist and your first, and legal, husband died then you should arrange to marry your present "husband". Until you do you are not legally married since your "marriage" to him was invalid due to your own marital status.
If the first marriage was never legally terminated (though divorce or annulment), the first marriage is still valid and the second marriage is invalid.
divorce him, legally the marriage was illegal since his name was fake its like you were never married
No. Marriage is a permanent act of emancipation.
No, she is emancipated through marriage.
Good Luck. You will be asking your husbands insurance to pay for the birth of a child that is not his. Talk to the insurance company and also check with state law. Some states the law is that a child born during a marriage is the child of the husband legally unless challenged in court.
Your husband cannot legally obtain life insurance on you without your knowledge. And most companies require at least a cursory physical before agreeing to insure someone.
Once your husband dies, the marriage is no longer valid. You may marry whoever you like.
the owner of the vehicle is responsible for the ticket. he/she/they are legally required to at least have the minimum liability coverage your state requires.
Your husband has no rights over the child because he did not help in the creation of the child, but he can legally adopt her.
No, child support is his responsibility only.