Can my ex wife stay on my insurance?
After you get divorced, you may be able to temporarily keep your health coverage through a law known as "COBRA." If your former spouse got insurance through an employer that has at least 20 employees, COBRA lets you stay on that plan for up to 36 months.
Can my son stay on my health insurance if he gets married?
Under current law, if your plan covers children, you can now add or keep your children on your health insurance policy until they turn 26 years old. Children can join or remain on a parent's plan even if they are: Married. Not living with their parents.
Who pays for medical insurance in a divorce?
Typically, one spouse is offered health insurance through his or her work and the policy provides coverage for the whole family (including spouses and children). When this is not the case, the couple may purchase a policy on the health insurance exchange or otherwise buy private coverage.
Can you remove your spouse from health insurance before the divorce is final?
You can't remove your spouse from your insurance before divorce. The law is quite clear on that. However, after your divorce, you are legally obliged to remove your spouse from your health insurance cover. Only spouses and dependent children are allowed to be included in your insurance coverage.