Can my wife take me off her health insurance?
Once you are married and on your spouse's insurance, you cannot remove them from your insurance policy prior to a divorce. However, if you read the reasons why the law exists, it states that a spouse cannot be removed from health insurance prior to a divorce. Then the law will start to make more sense.
Can separated spouse stay on health insurance?
With a legal separation, the couple is still considered married, so insurance coverage can continue in most cases. As long as the marital status is in tact, a spouse remains eligible to receive health insurance coverage through the other spouse's employer's plan.
Can you legally steal from your spouse?
During the course of a marriage, one spouse may steal an asset that the other spouse considers to be his or her own property. Whether the victimized spouse can sue the other spouse for theft depends on a number of factors. State law largely determines this issue.
What happens if I separate from my wife?
Sometimes separation is temporary, but other times separation can be permanent. In some states, you can get a “legal separation,” which is like a divorce although you remain legally married. When you legally separate, you divide assets and debts just as divorced people do. You also settle on child custody arrangements.