Rule 75 on the 42 days is after you get served. The health insurance is http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3105.71. You need to get an attorney now. If you wait around while they put together agreements and do nothing, you potentially will run out of time. Not sure but I think Kingston is in the next county over from here. Get a local Ohio attorney.
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The act which commences a legal action is service. To determine if you have been served by a method other than certified mail or a personal process server, you may wish to check the electronic docket, a public resource in Ohio, at the Office of the Clerk of Courts in the Ohio County the divorce is filed in. Sometimes, a party may act in bad faith, pretend not to know where you are, and serve by publication. Beware. Also, since the action is filed, under the local rules of Court in nearly every Ohio County, he cannot remove you from health insurance. To do so is an act of Contempt of Court under the correct circumstances. However--you need local counsel to protect your rights. Don't wait. Good L:uck.
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