I can't speak to the insurance company's rules, but from the family court end of things...
There is an obligation of spousal support. So, if you ask for a temporary hearing the court will order her to reinstate the coverage if it is acceptable to the insurance company. I say acceptable because BadgerCare may limit her ability to do so.
My suggestion is to file for a temporary hearing and address this in court.
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I believe there are protections in place to assist you. But, I am not a divorce lawyer. I would encourage you to retain a local divorce lawyer to advise you and to represent you in connection with your divorce. Good luck.Ask a similar question
I see this frequently and I never understand it. It is a foolish decision on her part - you are technically still married and if something happens to you, she will still be liable for your medical bills as marital debts. You should remind her of that fact.
At a temporary hearing, which can occur in the first month or so after filing upon the request of either party, the family court commissioner can order that insurance coverage be reinstated. With that said, however, Badgercare may have its own rules and you will eventually need your own insurance anyway. I encourage you to look at other alternatives including Badgercare for your self or HIRSP which is another state run plan.
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