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Here's the problem with the flat-out "no" answer to your question: if your spouse makes substantially less than you & does not have access to health coverage through an employer, once the divorce does start, the Judge would be highly likely to: (a) order reinstatement of coverage, (b) if the Judge perceievs you terminated coverage out of spite, the Judge may make you reimburse any uncovered health care expenses. For a full assessment, schedule a consultation with a NYC Family Law attorney.
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