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What happens if your ex wife is still using your health insurance after the divorce and you are not responsible per your agreement for her health insurance?

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2007-09-18 10:25:26
2007-09-18 10:25:26

Contact your insurance company and let them know IMMEDIATELY !!!! Are you paying premiums for her?

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