If there is no standing order preventing your spouse from removing you from the insurance then he or she can do so. However, you can file a Motion with the Court requiring your spouse to reinstate the insurance, assuming the plan will allow it, or in the alternative hold your spouse solely responsible for the medical costs you are directly incurring due to the cancellation and/or the costs of the insurance premium you are currently incurring under replacement or cobra coverage.
Daniel Bachert, Esq.
The Bachert Law Firm, P.A.
Your Divorce, Alimony, Child Support, Adoption Attorneys
330 Clematis Street, Suite 222
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
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Great advice from Attorney Bachert. If you have a divorce attorney that you need to tell them about this ASAP. If not, then file the motion.
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